President Jean-Claude Juncker and High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini, together with European Council President Donald Tusk, will today and tomorrow participate in the NATO Summit in Brussels.
The European Union and NATO are strategic partners, cooperating to promote peace and stability in the Euro-Atlantic area, as reconfirmed in the Joint Declaration on EU – NATO cooperation signed by the two Presidents and Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg on Tuesday. In line with the two organisations’ commitment to full mutual openness, President Juncker will on Wednesday evening participate in the working dinner of Heads of State or Government. High Representative/Vice-President Mogherini will in parallel participate in the Foreign Ministers’ dinner. On Thursday, both will take part in the session dedicated to Operation Resolute Support in Afghanistan. Both President Juncker and HR/VP Mogherini will have a number of bilateral meetings in the margins of the Summit. For more information on EU-NATO cooperation see the factsheet online. Audio-visual coverage will be available on EbS.