Summit of Heads of State and Government of NATO Member States began Wednesday afternoon in Brussels.
Prior to the opening of the meeting, an air show was held with each helicopter from each member of the alliance who had flown over the NATO headquarters. The Hungarian Defense Forces participated in the demonstration with a Mi-17 type carrier.
The two-day meeting focuses on enhancing the security and security of the Member States and increasing European military mobility and defense spending, and Macedonia will most likely be invited to enter into accession negotiations.
At the meeting, the issue of fair burden sharing is very much emphasized, as the United States does not consider sufficient the European Allies’ military budget. Leaders discuss NATO-Russia relations and are expected to agree to strengthen the command structure of the organization.