Organizational success, unfailing support for Ukraine, satisfaction with the entry of Sweden and Finland, and RUSSIA as the main THREAT, the key points of the speech by the President of the Government of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, at the conclusion of the NATO summit in Madrid.
In the speech delivered at the end of the NATO summit that took place in Madrid, Pedro Sánchez first highlighted that it strengthens Spain’s foreign policy.
As achievements of the summit, he highlighted the forceful message of unity and cohesion of the allies that reinforces the European and transatlantic link.
The moral and effective support for Ukraine was exposed at length by Pedro Sánchez.
The agreement for Sweden and Finland to join NATO was praised by the head of the Spanish Government, who thanked Turkish President Erdogan for his change of position and announced that the formal talks for said accession will begin immediately.
The President of the Government of Spain explained that the “Madrid Strategic Concept” establishes the resources that the organization of the Atlantic Alliance will need. He also highlighted the special mention of sub-Saharan Africa with the flow of irregular migrants, terrorism and the food crisis.
Sánchez confirmed that RUSSIA goes from being a partner to being the main THREAT to the security of the ALLIES.
He emphasized, another more informal aspect, “for the first time in Euro-Atlantic history all the leaders dined around the same table” at the Prado Museum in Madrid.
Sánchez concluded by saying that “the 40th anniversary of Spain’s entry into NATO has been a great opportunity to project the image of a modern, solvent country committed to international peace and security”, before beginning the press conference.