Lithuania’s defense minister on nuclear threats from Belarus and NATO summit expectations

May 24, 2023

Breaking Defense:

In July, the heads of the NATO member states will descend on the Lithuanian capitol of Vilnius for the alliance’s bi-annual summit. As the first such meeting since Russia’s February 2022 invasion of Ukraine, major changes for NATO’s strategic posture and political stances are on the table.

Lithuanian defense minister Arvydas Anušauskas will be the host for the summit. During a recent visit to Washington, where he held discussions with US officials about the upcoming meeting and pushed to speed up needed acquisitions, he sat down with Breaking Defense.

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