: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Trudeau and Rutte say NATO’s future is “bright,” not “brain-dead”


Prime Ministers Justin Trudeau of Canada and Mark Rutte of the Netherlands said they took exception to French President Emmanuel Macron’s recent comments that NATO was experiencing “brain death” due to a lack of coordination between the United States and Europe.

The
Canadian and Dutch leaders made their remarks on December 3 during a session of
“Nato
Engages–Innovating the Alliance,” a conference co-sponsored by the
Atlantic Council and held in connection with the NATO summit in London to
celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Alliance’s founding.

Their
remarks came shortly after US President Donald J. Trump said that Macron was being
disrespectful in his description of NATO.

“Emmanuel
Macron …read more

Source:: Atlantic Council

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