The NATO Summit, held in Madrid from June 28 to 30, brings together heads of state and government, military leaders, and senior officials. The meeting is taking place at a critical moment, with themes such as Russia’s aggression and Ukraine’s fight for freedom, as well as Finland and Sweden’s membership aspirations. NATO adopted its new Strategic Concept on this occasion, a fundamental document that determines NATO’s values, purpose, and tasks for the next period.
The summit will be preceded by a public debate held by four significant civil society organizations: the Elcano Royal Institute in Spain, the German Marshall Fund in the United States, the Munich Security Conference in Germany, and the Atlantic Council (USA).
Speakers on the agenda include high authorities and renowned experts.
This prominent event is attended by the most important organizations with experience in foreign affairs and security, including the New Strategy Center, represented by Mrs. Izel Selim, Program Director. The summit will be a venue for debate on the future of the world’s strongest politico-military alliance at a critical time for transatlantic security.
Discussions can be watched live: https://www.realinstitutoelcano.org/en/nato-public-forum/