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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland
  • POLITICS

  • 24 June 2016

    The North Atlantic Treaty Organization as a collective defence alliance strengthens Poland’s security, and continues to be a solid pillar of transatlantic and global peace and stability. In July 8th-9th Warsaw will host the 2016 NATO Summit. The meeting of Allied heads of state and government is expected to provide strategic guidance for the organization.

    The capital of Poland will welcome 65 high-level delegations of NATO and Partner nations, along with leaders of the United Nations, the European Union and the World Bank. The Summit is expected to host approximately 4,500 participants, including officials, experts, and media.

    The Summit in Warsaw will set the path for a process of continued NATO political and military adaptation. According to Polish officials, the conclusions of the Summit should be “universal, decisive and up-to-date”. As such they should, as a matter of priority, enhance NATO deterrence and collective defence capabilities against the full spectrum of current and future threats. They also should contribute to other strategic tasks of the Alliance, those of crisis-managements, and co-operative security.

    Since 1999 Poland has been a credible, and active Ally. The Summit in Warsaw will become yet another visible sign of our commitment and support for the mission of NATO. It will be a pleasure and honour for Warsaw and for Poland to become for two days in July, a home for NATO.

    We invite you to follow us on www.natosummitwarsaw.gov.pl and on https://twitter.com/NATOSummits.

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