US President Joseph Biden, in a telephone conversation with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, expressed his readiness to cooperate with NATO allies in areas that, in particular, relate to Russia, Iraq and Afghanistan. This is stated in a statement released by the press service of the White House.
As noted in the document, the American leader announced “his intention to hold consultations and interact with allies on the entire spectrum of issues of mutual interest in the security sphere, including Afghanistan, Iraq and Russia”.
Biden “reaffirmed the US commitment” to the principle of a collective response from all NATO member states in the event of an attack on one of them. He also declared his readiness to “strengthen transatlantic security”. The statement said that Biden “emphasized the importance of confronting new threats, including those related to climate change, health issues on a global scale”.Poland hopes U.S will stop Nord Stream-2