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NATO Summit in Vilnius: Expectations in Central Eastern Europe


Between July 11-12, 2023, Lithuania will host the NATO Summit in the capital city of Vilnius. This event is extremely significant for several reasons. Firstly, this summit will have symbolic value, as it will be the first summit in a former Soviet republic and the second ever in Central Eastern Europe (the first being the NATO Summit in Poland in 2016). Secondly, Central Eastern Europe is particularly vulnerable to Russia’s aggressive and unpredictable policies, and is counting on concrete resolutions, including the implementation of decisions from the NATO summit in Madrid, which was held in June last year. The topic…

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