NATO 2030: Debate with Deputy Secretary General
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NATO 2030: Debate with Deputy Secretary General

Mircea Geoană to discuss the results of a review of NATO’s strategic concept, which outlines the Alliance’s vision for the next decade.
MEPs from the Foreign Affairs Committee and Security and Defence Subcommittee will meet NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană, following this month’s NATO Summit and the launch of the NATO 2030 reflection process.

The meeting is organised jointly with Parliament’s Delegation for relations with the NATO Parliamentary Assembly (DNAT).

When: Monday, 28 June 2021, 14.00 – 15.00 CET

Where: European Parliament, Brussels, ANTALL (6 Q 2) – remote meeting


NATO 2030 outlines the strategic vision for NATO and assesses the main trends that will shape the organisation’s activities for the next ten years. The current strategic concept was adopted by NATO leaders in Lisbon in 2010 and needs to be reviewed to take account of the current international order and how NATO can contribute to the European and transatlantic security. A new strategic concept should be adopted in 2022, when the EU is due to adopt its own strategic compass during the French EU Presidency in the first semester of 2022.