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The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hon. Antonio Tajani, attends the NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting (29-30 November 2022)

Missione del Ministro Antonio Tajani per partecipare alla Ministeriale NATO

The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Hon. Antonio Tajani, will be in Bucharest to attend the NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting on 29 and 30 November.
The Bucharest meeting constitutes the first meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers after the Madrid Summit (28-30 June), which adopted the Alliance’s new Strategic Concept.
The meeting will address several issues such as: the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and its implications for NATO, including the practical support to be given to the Country also on the long term; the systemic challenge posed by China and its repercussions on the resilience of the Alliance; energy security and the protection of critical infrastructure; reinforcing cooperation with Bosnia-Herzegovina, Georgia and Moldova, whose Foreign Ministers are scheduled to attend the meeting for an exchange of information on the challenges to security originating from Russia’s aggression against Ukraine.
The meeting will also offer the opportunity for the Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kuleba and the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Borrell to make a wide-reaching analysis of the Euro-Atlantic Community’s prospects of giving political and economic support to Kiev.
At the initiative of the German Presidency, the event also schedules a G7+ Foreign Ministers Meeting on supporting Ukrainian energy infrastructure.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation is also scheduled to have several bilateral talks on the sidelines of the meeting.