July 14, 2024


Fly with us

Bipartisan group of senators to travel to NATO summit in June

Amid Russia’s threats to Western nations in its war with Ukraine, a bipartisan delegation of senators will vacation to Spain for the NATO summit in June, according to a Thursday statement.

The team, led by Sens. Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) and Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), will depict the U.S. Senate in meetings with NATO allies and nations around the world wanting to be part of the alliance “to underscore U.S. help for NATO,” the lawmakers’ workplaces stated in a statement.

The journey will come as Finland has expressed a dedication to apply to join the alliance, with Sweden probable to observe, moves that Russia views as hostile and a menace to Moscow’s security.

“At a time when democratic international locations are threatened by authoritarian regimes, the Senate NATO Observer Team sends a solid bipartisan information of U.S. aid for a strong and lasting transatlantic alliance,” Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) explained in a statement.

“The United States Senate stays steadfast in our assistance for the folks of Ukraine and the allied international reaction hard work to maintain [Russian President Vladimir Putin] accountable for his unprovoked, violent invasion of Ukraine.”

Shaheen and Tillis, who provide as the co-chairs of the Senate North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Observer Team, will vacation to Madrid from June 28 to 30.

The team, which was reestablished in 2018 by the two lawmakers, is made up of seven Democrats and seven Republicans and is intended to “monitor and advise Senators about the protection paying out commitments of NATO customers and present updates on the approach of upgrading navy abilities, NATO’s counter-terrorism functionality, and NATO enlargement,” according to the assertion.

For the latest information, climate, sports, and streaming online video, head to The Hill.