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The Prime Minister's press conference remarks at the NATO Summit in Madrid.
Liz Truss spoke at the panel session of the NATO Public Forum in Madrid about how we must be united to ensure Ukraine wins, and deter aggressors like China.
Allies will discuss future of NATO at Madrid Summit, as the Alliance seeks to agree a plan for a new decade of growing threats and great power competition.
The UK has welcomed announcements by Sweden and Finland that they intend to apply for NATO membership.
Liz Truss said that geopolitics is back, and argued for a reboot in the free world’s approach to tackling global aggressors in the wake of the Ukraine crisis.
G7 foreign ministers and the High Representative of the European Union issued a joint statement on Russia and Ukraine following a meeting at NATO today, 7 April.
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss gave a statement on the NATO-Russia Council talks.
Liz Truss made clear the UK’s support for Ukraine and stressed NATO’s important defensive role as she attended a virtual NATO Foreign Ministers’ meeting.
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss will underline the UK’s ongoing commitment to NATO as an essential defence, at her first meeting of the NATO Foreign Ministers today.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab joined a meeting with international counterparts about the situation in Afghanistan.
The Foreign Secretary met NATO Allies to discuss Afghanistan, calling for a unified approach to counter the threat of terrorism and safeguard aid access.
PM Boris Johnson spoke to the NATO Secretary General and the UN Secretary about the current situation in Afghanistan.
The Prime Minister will travel to Brussels today for the first meeting of NATO leaders since 2019.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab will rally NATO allies to face down the threat from Russia and ensure it faces real world consequences for hostile activity.
Statement by NATO Foreign Ministers: 2 April 2020
NATO Allies pledge closer co-operation to tackle coronavirus pandemic around the world.
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace underlined the UK’s leading role in the NATO Alliance as he met fellow defence ministers in Brussels.
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace comments on the 2019 NATO Leaders' Meeting.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a statement at the NATO summit in Watford.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to intervene at the NATO Leaders' Meeting tomorrow.
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