NATO meets with Biden on Monday

London-ALsharqiya, June 14: NATO leaders hope to open a new chapter in relations during a summit with US President Joe Biden on Monday, focusing on tackling climate change and countering China's military rise. The summit, which NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg described as a pivotal moment, aims to turn the page on four years of tension with Donald Trump, who shook confidence with the Western alliance after describing it as outdated, and diplomats say the 30 allies gathered in Brussels are looking to help The nuclear-armed alliance established in 1949 to counter the threats of severe weather that could exacerbate conflicts, and Russia's attempts to undermine Western democracies through covert attacks.


Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi expressed his government's

The Al-Fateh Alliance headed by Hadi Al-Amiri welcomed the Iraqi

A member of the Parliamentary Security and Defense Committee