NATO summit in Brussels, 14 June 2021
The heads of state and government of the countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) will meet on Monday, 14 June 2021 at NATO headquarters in Brussels.
The summit will be the first meeting between US President Joe Biden and the other heads of state and government of the NATO partner countries. In addition, the partners will adopt a series of proposals as part of the NATO 2030 initiative, which aims to strengthen NATO politically and militarily and prepare it for the security challenges of tomorrow. In parallel with the summit, bilateral meetings between nations and organisations will also take place.
The summit is a great opportunity for Belgium to be the focus of international news, bringing economic and geopolitical added value to our country and to its capital of Brussels.
As the host country, Belgium is handling many aspects of the summit: security and prevention, protocol, mobility and communication. Strict compliance with the COVID-19 health measures is also being ensured.
The holding of this summit in Brussels will have a major impact on mobility around NATO headquarters, where a security perimeter will be set up on 14 June. More information is available on the website of the Brussels Capital Ixelles police zone. On the day itself, real-time information will be disseminated on their Twitter account (Polbru).