The President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, will meet with his American counterpart, Joe Biden, on Tuesday, within the framework of the NATO Summit, which will be held on June 29 and 30 in Madrid.
This has been confirmed by the Minister of the Presidency, Félix Bolaños, although he did not provide more details about the meeting.
Sánchez spoke with Biden on Tuesday about holding the NATO summit. The US president “thanked Spain” for the efforts to organise the event.
Executive sources explained that the telephone conversation lasted twenty minutes and took place at the initiative of President Biden, on the eve of the start of his tour of Europe to attend the G-7 and NATO summits in Madrid.
The White House confirmed that the president of the United States will travel to Spain on June 28 to participate in the next NATO summit, after attending a meeting of G7 leaders in Germany in which the war in Ukraine will also be one of the main items on the agenda.
This appointment intends that “allied leaders endorse” a new Strategic Concept that guides the transformation of NATO during the next decade”. In total, the participation of between 40 and 50 international delegations at the level of heads of state and government is expected.