The NATO summit will be held in Madrid on June 29 and 30, although the starting signal will be given on Tuesday 28, when Pedro Sánchez receives the Secretary General of the Alliance, Jens Stoltenberg, at 12 o'clock in the morning, at the opening ceremony at the Ifema fairgrounds.
The following day, June 29, two work sessions will be held, and in the evening, the Prado Museum will host a dinner for the leaders of the Organization and the invited countries. It will not be until Thursday, June 30 at noon when the convention is scheduled to close. Around 40 Heads of State and Government will participate in it, together with the 30 countries that make up the Alliance and eight invited countries: Austria, Cyprus, Ireland, Malta, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and South Korea.
The Ukrainian president, Volodímir Zelenski, will not finally go in person to the Madrid capital, although he has finally confirmed that he will be present by videoconference.