Kotzias in Brussels for meeting of NATO foreign ministers
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias is set to attend the meeting of NATO foreign ministers which takes place in Brussels Thursday and Friday, ahead of the alliance’s summit in Warsaw in July.
The Brussels meeting will address topics such as the organization’s role in tackling the ongoing migration and refugee crisis, and NATO relations with the European Union and Russia.
Meanwhile, NATO and Montenegro are expected to sign a protocol on the country’s accession to the transatlantic alliance.
The meeting of NATO foreign ministers takes place twice a year and is chaired by NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg.
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