Croatian defence minister attends NATO ministerial meeting

Croatian Defence Minister Josip Buljevic has attended a NATO ministerial meeting focusing on preparations for the alliance's summit to be held in Warsaw in July, the Croatian Defence Ministry said.  

The NATO defence ministers discussed, among other topics, specific matters regarding the alliance's nuclear policy in the context of the current security situation and approved recommendations aimed at reinforcing its nuclear deterrence system. The alliance's deterrence and defence policy will be one of the main topics of the Warsaw summit.

On the margins of the meeting, Buljevic met with Georgian Defence Minister Tinatin Khidasheli. The two officials discussed the security situation in Europe and its neighbourhood and possibilities for strengthening bilateral defence cooperation.

Last update: Sat, 09/07/2016 - 16:26
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