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The chiefs of staff of NATO member states met at NATO headquarters in Brussels to discuss the alliance’s military issues, in particular the war in Ukraine.

At the meeting chaired by the Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Robbauer, Turkey is represented by the Chief of Staff, General Yasar Guler.

On the first day of the two-day meeting, topics such as strengthening the capabilities and capabilities of the alliance, strengthening its defense and deterrence, digital transformation, assessing the readiness of NATO forces, military stocks, and logistics will be discussed.

On the second day, NATO’s Kosovo Peace Force (KFOR), the situation on the ground and the security environment in Kosovo, will discuss work within the scope of the NATO mission in Iraq and Ukraine.

In the final session of the meeting, the chiefs of staff, who will discuss Ukraine, will assess NATO’s continued support for Ukraine, which is at war with Russia.

The Chief of the Ukrainian General Staff, Valeriy Zalogny, will attend the meeting via video conference and will provide information on the latest developments in the field.

The meeting will be attended by the chiefs of staff of 30 NATO countries, as well as the chiefs of staff of Sweden and Finland, two countries invited to NATO.


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