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NATO is on track to become the organizations with 29 member states, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said. He added that the NATO Summit in Warsaw is an evidence that the Alliance door is still open.
“Open Door Policy of Alliance lives, as this Summit demonstrates,” Stoltenberg said during his speech at the summit, stressing the importance of Montenegro’s accession to the Alliance.
The Secretary General stressed the importance of the Summit in Warsaw which, he said, comes at a crucial moment in the history of NATO.
Stoltenberg also added that NATO does not want a new Cold War.
“The Cold War is history and should remain history. At the summit we will make decisions to further strengthen collective defense and protection of stability beyond the borders,” Stoltenberg said.
Support and encouragement for Montenegro came from the Polish President, Andrzej Duda, who said that Montenegro’s membership in NATO is a step toward the stabilization of the Balkans.
The summit in Warsaw that has begun this morning, gathered a number of high officials, Heads of State and Government, who will seek answers on global issues and challenges.
Our delegation led by Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic is also in Warsaw. Montenegro at the Summit is participating as an observer, an invited country and has the possibility to attend all the meetings, both political and military.
Over 2,000 journalists reports from summit in Warsaw.
Source: Radio Television Montenegro