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NATO Summit 2018 in Brussels
NATO Heads of State and Government meeting in Brussels July 11-12. 26 helicopters from 13 Allied nation to made a flypast
NATO, July 12, 2018 - A meeting of NATO Heads of State and Government will be held on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 July 2018 in Brussels, Belgium.
The meeting will be chaired by the NATO Secretary General and will include a short opening ceremony.
The Brussels Summit comes at a crucial moment for the security of the North Atlantic Alliance. It will be an important opportunity to chart NATO's path for the years ahead.
In a changing world, NATO is adapting to be a more agile, responsive and innovative Alliance, while defending all of its members against any threat.
NATO remains committed to fulfilling its three core tasks: collective defence, crisis management and cooperative security. At the Brussels Summit, the Alliance will make important decisions to further boost security in and around Europe, including through strengthened deterrence and defence, projecting stability and fighting terrorism, enhancing its partnership with the European Union, modernising the Alliance and achieving fairer burden-sharing.
This Summit will be held in the new NATO Headquarters, a modern and sustainable home for a forward-looking Alliance.
It will be the third meeting of Allied Heads of State and Government chaired by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
Several NATO member countries will do a flypast over the NATO HQ. Departing from Beauvechain Air Base:
5x A109 Belgium
2x Lynx UK
3x W-3 Poland
4x H145M Germany
1x Tiger Germany (+1)
1x NH90 Germany
1x Tiger France
3x T129 Turkey
1x Cougar Slovenia
2x Mi-35 Czech
1x Mi-17 Czech
1x Mi-17 Hungary (+1)
1x UH-60 USA (+1)
3x IAR330 Romania
1x Merlin Denmark
1x HH101 Italy
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