Jens Stoltenberg trust that the Nato allies will find the solution to blokale of the defensive plan in Eastern europe.
Turkey is threatening to block Nato's adoption of a defensive plan for Eastern europe, while the heads of state and government on Wednesday has set itself to the worktable at a summit north of London.
Nato secretary general had a meeting with Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on Tuesday night, and he feels convinced that you still can reach an agreement.
- I'm sure we can find a solution to the revision of the forsvarsplanen. I have also discussed the matter with Erdogan in last night, and work on it as we speak, says Stoltenberg before the meeting.
Forsvarsplanen include the baltic countries and Poland. Turkey does not have such a thing against the plan.
But the turks are furious that the other countries will not join to call the kurdish group YPG a terrorist organization.
It denies the Nato countries.
Everyone's support for the alliance is intact, says the message from the british prime minister, Boris Johnson as he arrives for the summit at The Grove, located 25 kilometers northwest of London.
- There is far more that unites us than divides us, says Johnson.
Turkey was unpopular in forsvarsalliancen, as the country in the fall began an offensive against the kurds in northern Syria. It came to pass, after the UNITED states partially withdrawing from the region.
Especially to the president of France, Emmanuel Macron, has criticised it. It got him to talk about the alliance's "brain dead" in an interview with the magazine "The Economist".
Turkey, which is a major military power set with the Nato-glasses, have also made themselves unpopular because of a våbenindkøb.
the Turks have invested in the defense system S-400 with the enemy Russia. It does not do that with impunity in the Nato. It has among other things resulted in that the US keeps Turkey out of a program for kampflyet the F-35.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 04 December 2019, 23:00