In July, NATO Leaders will meet to address the most pressing challenges for the Alliance, further strengthen NATO’s deterrence and defense and bring Ukraine closer to the Alliance.
In parallel to the Vilnius Summit, the city will host the NATO Public Forum – an event that aims to promote a better public understanding of NATO’s policies, goals and decisions through dialogue and engagement with a unique and diverse group of stakeholders. Organized by NATO and civil society organizations (the Eastern Europe Studies Centre, the German Marshall Fund of the United States, the Munich Security Conference and the Atlantic Council of the United States), the forum will offer panel discussions, debates and interactive sessions about various topics on NATO’s agenda.
Young Georgian Nikoloz Chartia is participating in the NATO public forum from Georgia. Within the framework of this historic summit, Nika will have the opportunity to state his country’s position and ask questions about NATO’s future plans regarding Ukraine, the defense/security of the Euro-Atlantic area, and the open-door policy.