The NATO Military Committee meeting with the participation of Finland and Sweden will be held on September 16-18. The NATO Military Committee will meet for the first time with the participation of Sweden and Finland on September 16-18 in Tallinn.
The date of the meeting of the committee was announced in the press service of the North Atlantic Alliance, reports TASS.
The service said that the conference will be held by the commander of the Estonian Defense Forces, Lieutenant General Martin Herem. The heads of the headquarters of the member countries of the organization will discuss NATO’s military-strategic developments. “They will concern the implementation of decisions taken at the NATO summit in Madrid regarding the deterrence and defense capabilities of the Alliance,” the alliance noted.