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NATO not ‘brain dead’ but brainstorming: Polish ambassador

02.12.2019 15:38
Poland will be among countries making a major contribution to a NATO “readiness plan”, Poland’s ambassador to NATO, Tomasz Szatkowski has said ahead of this week’s London summit of the military alliance.
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​The December 3-4 summit, marking the 70th anniversary of NATO, will see talks on defence spending, foreign missions and relations with Russia and China.

Diplomats and NATO officers recently slammed “arrogant and astounding” comments by the French president, who said the military alliance was experiencing “brain death”.

In an interview with British weekly The Economist, Emmanuel Macron said that NATO lacked coordination and suffered from US unpredictability under President Donald Trump.

"This (summit) was supposed to be a solely celebratory meeting, however, so much is going on at NATO that they will also give new momentum to a number of processes within the Alliance. I think this is proof that NATO is not brain dead, it is rather brainstorming," Szatkowski told Radio Poland's Danuta Isler.