Visit to Brussels for NATO Foreign Ministers meeting

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This week I will travel to Brussels to attend a meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers, along with other NATO partners from the Indo-Pacific.

Australia has a long and deep relationship with NATO, based on our shared commitment to upholding international rules and norms that promote stability, peace and prosperity. Australia is pleased to celebrate NATO’s 75th year anniversary this year.  

Events in both Europe and the Indo-Pacific can have a profound impact on global security. Australia-NATO cooperation, underpinned by Australia’s status as a NATO Enhanced Opportunities Partner, remains critical in navigating global challenges.  

At the NATO Foreign Ministers’ Meeting, I will discuss how Australia and NATO can strengthen our partnership to address these challenges and will advocate for our region’s strategic priorities.

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