The new NATO headquarters has been officially opened and plans to meet defence targets outlined, but an exchange between the US President and the Prime Minister of Montenegro has been one of the main talking points following the Brussels summit.
Donald Trump appears to push fellow NATO leader Milo Đukanović out of the way to get to the front of a crowd of alliance chiefs.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the alliance has agreed to develop annual national plans outlining how member states intend to meet defence targets.
“First, how nations intend to meet their commitments to spend two percent of GDP on defence, of which 20 percent should be invested in major equipment. Second, how to invest additional funding in key regional capabilities that we need. Third, how allies intend to contribute to NATO missions, operations and other engagements.”
Despite this, US President Donald Trump once again accused the alliance’s member states of not spending enough on defence and warned of the possibility of more attacks if militants weren’t stopped.