The situation in Afghanistan and Iran are among the main issues on the agenda of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly’s Annual Session, held in London from October 11-14, NATO said on it’s website.
With over four days of debate hosted in Westminster, the parliamentarians will examine ways to respond to Russia’s decision to abandon the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty - a pillar of European security - and how to move forward with arms control in the post-INF era," reads a NATO report.
One session of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, which will be held on October 13, will be devoted to the situation in Afghanistan, Iran and Ukraine.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, British government ministers, top military officers, and a host of experts are expected to join hundreds of delegates for the October 11-14 meeting in London to reaffirm NATO's core values.
“As NATO marks its 70th anniversary, this session will be a key moment to celebrate the work of this vitally important institution, the bedrock of our security,” NATO PA President Madeleine Moon said.