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 trump in tough nato and eu talks
trump in 'tough' nato and eu talks

US President Donald Trump pressed nervous allies today to do more on terrorism after the Manchester bombing as he met EU and NATO leaders for the first time.Trump faced protests on his arrival in Brussels but he is getting a red-carpet welcome from Western allies eager to persuade him that his earlier harsh criticisms of them were misplaced.Despite Trump having backed Britain's Brexit vote last year, it was all smiles at the headquarters of the European Union as Trump met the bloc's top two officials, Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker."I'll aim to convince POTUS that euro-atlanticism means the free world co-operating to prevent (a) post-West world order," European Council chief Tusk, a former Polish premier, tweeted before the meeting.Trump's focus is however on terrorism, with the deadl

trump in 'tough' nato and eu talks

US President Donald Trump pressed nervous allies Thursday to do more on terrorism after the Manchester bombing as he met EU and NATO leaders for the first time.
US President Donald Trump pressed nervous allies Thursday to do more on terrorism after the Manchester bombing as he met EU and NATO leaders for the first time.Trump faced protests on his arrival in Brussels but he is getting a red-carpet welcome from Western allies eager to persuade him that his earlier harsh criticisms of them were misplaced.Despite Trump having backed Britain's Brexit vote last year, it was all smiles at the headquarters of the European Union as Trump met the bloc's top two officials, Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker."I'll aim to convince POTUS that euro-atlanticism means the free world co-operating to prev

trump in 'tough' nato and eu talks

US President Donald Trump pressed nervous allies Thursday to do more on terrorism after the Manchester bombing as he met EU and NATO leaders for the first time.
US President Donald Trump pressed nervous allies Thursday to do more on terrorism after the Manchester bombing as he met EU and NATO leaders for the first time.Trump faced protests on his arrival in Brussels but he is getting a red-carpet welcome from Western allies eager to persuade him that his earlier harsh criticisms of them were misplaced.Despite Trump having backed Britain's Brexit vote last year, it was all smiles at the headquarters of the European Union as Trump met the bloc's top two officials, Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker."I'll aim to convince POTUS that euro-atlanticism means the free world co-operating to prev

presstv-trump arrives in brussels for first nato, eu talks

US President Donald Trump has arrived in Brussels for his first summit with NATO and European Union leaders as part of his first official trip abroad.Trump flew to the the Belgian capital from Rome on Wednesday after a high-profile meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican.The US president will meet the king and queen of Belgium and Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel on Wednesday, before attending the EU and NATO summits on Thursday.A “Trump not welcome” protest is expected to draw thousands of people in Brussels on Wednesday.Trump was harshly critical of NATO as a presidential candidate, describing the 28-member Western military alliance as "obsolete."He denounced its effectiveness in the fight against terrorism and complained that other members are not contributing enough to the NATO b

nato head: trump believes in a strong nato

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russia, nato hold first high-level military talks since freeze

Senior Russian and NATO military chiefs on Friday held their first phone talks since ties between the two sides collapsed over the crisis in Ukraine, the defence ministry in Moscow said. The chairman of the NATO Military Committee Petr Pavel called Russia's chief of staff Valery Gerasimov to discuss the possible restarting of military coordination and avoiding clashes, a statement from the ministry said.   "This is the first high-level military contact since the NATO council took the decision to freeze relations with Russia," the statement said. RELATED:Syrian government, Russia drive IS out of Palmyra againSBS World News Radio: The Syrian government joins Russia in accusing the main opposition group of sabotaging Geneva peace talks, as the Syrian army says it has recaptured the ancient ci

russia, nato hold first high-level military talks since freeze

Senior Russian and NATO military chiefs on Friday held their first phone talks since ties between the two sides collapsed over the crisis in Ukraine, the defence ministry in Moscow said. The chairman of the NATO Military Committee Petr Pavel called Russia's chief of staff Valery Gerasimov to discuss the possible restarting of military coordination and avoiding clashes, a statement from the ministry said.   "This is the first high-level military contact since the NATO council took the decision to freeze relations with Russia," the statement said. RELATED:Syrian government, Russia drive IS out of Palmyra againSBS World News Radio: The Syrian government joins Russia in accusing the main opposition group of sabotaging Geneva peace talks, as the Syrian army says it has recaptured the ancient ci

russia, nato hold first high-level military talks since freeze

Senior Russian and NATO military chiefs on Friday held their first phone talks since ties between the two sides collapsed over the crisis in Ukraine, the defence ministry in Moscow said. The chairman of the NATO Military Committee Petr Pavel called Russia's chief of staff Valery Gerasimov to discuss the possible restarting of military coordination and avoiding clashes, a statement from the ministry said.   "This is the first high-level military contact since the NATO council took the decision to freeze relations with Russia," the statement said. RELATED:Syrian government, Russia drive IS out of Palmyra againSBS World News Radio: The Syrian government joins Russia in accusing the main opposition group of sabotaging Geneva peace talks, as the Syrian army says it has recaptured the ancient ci

trump doesn't understand nato nearly as well as he thinks he does

Donald Trump has a variety of bad habits, but one of the more jarring is his tendency to comment on things he knows practically nothing about.Trump loves to share his thoughts on the Affordable Care Act, for example, despite not understanding it in any meaningful way. He’s had all kinds of things to say about “Brexit,” even after admitting, “I don’t think anybody should listen to me because I haven’t really focused on it very much.”And then, there’s NATO. The president shared some thoughts via Twitter over the weekend that were notable because they offered fresh evidence of Trump’s confusion about another issue he claims to take seriously.Trump’s hostility towards the NATO alliance is well documented – he called NATO “obsolete” as recently as January – but the president’s latest online mis

the truth behind nato military spending

European members of Nato have long been accused of shirking their financial commitment to the military alliance, but what are the facts?Who says what?The latest debate on military spending comes ahead of the first face-to-face meeting between US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Washington next week.According to Ukip MEP Nigel Farage, frank discussions on defence spending will feature high on the agenda."Germany and, in fact, most of the EU members of Nato are not paying their way," he told Fox Business. "I think they are going to have some very harsh talks."The Trump administration has repeatedly admonished its allies in Europe for failing to reach Nato spending targets, with Defence Secretary James Mattis last month warning member states to increase their defe

presstv-trump’s grasp of nato doubted after merkel visit

President Donald Trump’s assertion that Germany owes "vast sums of money" to NATO and the United States suggests a lack of understanding of how the military alliance works, according to a former US ambassador to NATO.On the heels of a visibly awkward meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Trump tweeted Saturday that Germany owed vast sums to NATO and demanded the US be paid for its “very expensive” defense of the European ally.According to NATO’s official guidelines, member states are required to spend at least 2 percent of their GDP on the alliance. However, most members fail to meet that target, and ultimately contributions are based on each country’s capability.That means technically no country "owes" anything to NATO or other member states as Trump suggested.“Sorry, Mr. Presiden

presstv-us to nato allies: step up contributions

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has called on NATO allies to step up their contributions to the Western alliance's budget by the end of 2017.Ahead of a NATO foreign ministers meeting in Brussels on Friday, Tillerson called on NATO partners to agree with President Donald Trump to make spending boost plans during the alliance’s summit in May in Brussels."Our goal should be to agree at the May leaders' meeting that by the end of the year all allies will have either met the pledge guidelines or will have developed plans that clearly articulate how...the pledge will be fulfilled," Tillerson told reporters at the NATO headquarters.Tillerson is attending his first meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Brussels on Friday, which was moved forward to ensure he would participate in it.  NATO Secre

presstv-us to nato allies: step up contributions

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has called on NATO allies to step up their contributions to the Western alliance's budget by the end of 2017.Ahead of an NATO foreign ministers meeting in Brussels on Friday, Tillerson called on NATO partners to agree with President Donald Trump to make spending boost plans during the alliance’s summit in May in Brussels."Our goal should be to agree at the May leaders' meeting that by the end of the year all allies will have either met the pledge guidelines or will have developed plans that clearly articulate how...the pledge will be fulfilled," Tillerson told reporters at the NATO headquarters.Tillerson is attending his first meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Brussels on Friday, which was moved forward to ensure he would participate in it.  NATO Secr

former ambassador says nato countries don't owe the usa money

Donald Trump has been sending mixed messages about NATO prompting a Twitter rebuttal from a former US ambassador. United States president Donald Trump has been sending mixed messages over how he views NATO - the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.Just before taking office, Mr Trump gave a joint interview to 'The Times' of London and the German publication 'Bild' where he described NATO as obsolete.MORE NEWS:Eurogroup head slammed over 'drinks and women' remarksEurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem faced criticism Wednesday after saying that southern European countries blew their money on "drinks and women".Trump hosting anti-IS coalition meetingUS Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is hosting foreign ministers from 68 countries in a meeting to decide on the next steps to defeat Islamic State.T

former ambassador says nato countries don't owe the usa money

Donald Trump has been sending mixed messages about NATO prompting a Twitter rebuttal from a former US ambassador. United States president Donald Trump has been sending mixed messages over how he views NATO - the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.Just before taking office, Mr Trump gave a joint interview to 'The Times' of London and the German publication 'Bild' where he described NATO as obsolete.MORE NEWS:Eurogroup head slammed over 'drinks and women' remarksEurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem faced criticism Wednesday after saying that southern European countries blew their money on "drinks and women".Trump hosting anti-IS coalition meetingUS Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is hosting foreign ministers from 68 countries in a meeting to decide on the next steps to defeat Islamic State.T

former ambassador says nato countries don't owe the usa money

Donald Trump has been sending mixed messages about NATO prompting a Twitter rebuttal from a former US ambassador. United States president Donald Trump has been sending mixed messages over how he views NATO - the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.Just before taking office, Mr Trump gave a joint interview to 'The Times' of London and the German publication 'Bild' where he described NATO as obsolete.MORE NEWS:Eurogroup head slammed over 'drinks and women' remarksEurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem faced criticism Wednesday after saying that southern European countries blew their money on "drinks and women".Trump hosting anti-IS coalition meetingUS Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is hosting foreign ministers from 68 countries in a meeting to decide on the next steps to defeat Islamic State.T

presstv-trump will attend nato summit: white house

The White House has announced US President Donald Trump’s travel plans to Europe for a NATO summit in May, a day after it was revealed that his secretary of state will skip the April 5-6 NATO meeting in Brussels.Trump will participate in the NATO summit on May 25, Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in a statement issued on Tuesday. The president “looks forward to meeting with his NATO counterparts to reaffirm our strong commitment to NATO, and to discuss issues critical to the alliance, especially allied responsibility-sharing and NATO’s role in the fight against terrorism,” Spicer said.He further said that NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg will travel to the White House on April 12 to meet with Trump.“They will talk about how to strengthen the alliance to cope with challenges to national a

presstv-thousands protest against trump in brussels

Jerome HughesPress TV, BrusselsThousands of protesters carrying effigies of Donald Trump have marched through Brussels after the US president arrived for talks with the EU and NATO. The demonstrators condemned Trump’s policies including his recent ratcheted-up anti-Iran rhetoric.

donald trump, angela merkel at nato ceremony: watch online

President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will speak Thursday at a ceremony for the unveiling of German and U.S. artifacts from the Berlin wall and World Trade Center.NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will also make comments at the event, held at NATO's new headquarters in Brussels.Trump's speech is expected to include the unveiling of a piece of twisted metal from the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in New York City, while Merkel will present a piece of the Berlin Wall, which fell in 1989.Trump had previously called Brussels a "hellhole" and NATO "obsolete." He has since said NATO is "no longer obsolete," but has refused to commit to Article 5, which states that members of NATO come to each other's defense when necessary.The event is expected to begin at 10 a.m. ET. Watch s

russia policy: rand paul against montenegro joining nato

President Donald Trump said in his inaugural address: “We’ve defended other nation’s borders, while refusing to defend our own.”I couldn’t agree more.Today, the question is: Will we add yet another commitment to defend yet another foreign country?For decades, NATO has been an organization where the U.S. disproportionately spends our blood and treasure. The other NATO countries have largely hitched a ride to the U.S. train that subsidizes their defenses and allows them to direct their revenues to domestic pursuits.Adding a country with fewer than 2,000 soldiers to NATO is not in our self-interest. There is no national security interest that an alliance with Montenegro will advance. If we invite Montenegro into NATO, it will be a one-way street with the U.S. committing to defend yet another

presstv-‘tillerson to skip nato meet, visit russia’

 US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will skip the April 5-6 meeting of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) foreign ministers in Brussels, but will travel to Russia in the following week, according to reports.US officials told Reuters on Monday Tillerson will miss the NATO summit so that he can attend President Donald Trump's expected April 6-7 talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.The disclosed itinerary of Tillerson will send a message to NATO allies that the Trump administration is giving Moscow priority over them, according to the report.Reuters said it confirmed the secretary of state’s expected schedule with four current and former American officials.China's President Xi Jinping (left) meets Secretary of State Rex Tillerson at the Great Hal

presstv-germany rejects trump’s nato claims

Germany has dismissed remarks by US president Donald Trump on the need for Berlin to increase its contribution to the NATO military bloc.Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen said on Sunday that Trump was wrong to assume that Germany and other NATO members have to spend the entire two-percent of their economic output on issues related to the , bloc, saying the money should also cover other military endeavors."Defense spending also goes into UN peacekeeping missions, into our European missions and into our contribution to the fight against IS (Daesh) terrorism,” said von der Leyen in a statement, rejecting claims by Trump that Germany owes NATO and the United States "vast sums" of money."There is no debt account at NATO," said the top German military official, adding that it is necessary fo

tillerson to meet allies as nato races to save talks

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will be attending the NATO talks, after throwing the April 5 meeting into disarray following an earlier announcement that he was not going to attend. US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will meet with NATO members next week in Brussels, officials said Friday, as alliance diplomats worked to nail down the date."We are currently planning to hold the meeting of NATO foreign ministers on 31 March. Consultations on scheduling among Allies are ongoing," a NATO official in Brussels said.The NATO foreign ministers meeting had been planned for April 5, but that was  thrown into chaos on Tuesday when Tillerson revealed he would not be attending.US officials now say Tillerson will head to Brussels on Friday next week."The Secretary of State will visit NATO in Bruss

trump reverses campaign rhetoric, says nato 'no longer obsolete'

NATO is the "bulwark of international peace and security" but its European members "must pay what they owe," US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday alongside the political head of the military alliance. Reversing some of his campaign rhetoric, Trump told a joint news conference that NATO "is no longer obsolete" and hailed its role in the fight "against terrorism."But he renewed his argument that NATO's member states need to dedicate two percent of their gross domestic product to military expenditure."In facing our common challenges, we must also ensure that NATO members meet their financial obligations and pay what they owe," he said.NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said he and Trump had agreed in their talk that "NATO is a bedrock of security, both for Europe and for the Unite

trump reverses campaign rhetoric, says nato 'no longer obsolete'

NATO is the "bulwark of international peace and security" but its European members "must pay what they owe," US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday alongside the political head of the military alliance. Reversing some of his campaign rhetoric, Trump told a joint news conference that NATO "is no longer obsolete" and hailed its role in the fight "against terrorism."But he renewed his argument that NATO's member states need to dedicate two percent of their gross domestic product to military expenditure."In facing our common challenges, we must also ensure that NATO members meet their financial obligations and pay what they owe," he said.NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said he and Trump had agreed in their talk that "NATO is a bedrock of security, both for Europe and for the Unite

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