Leaders of the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance meet in Brussels today in the allies’ new headquarters, where they will announce a deeper and broader engagement on the battlefield against ISIL.
NATO will also be upping its game in the fight against terrorism.
“We will agree to establish a new terrorism intelligence cell here at NATO headquarters, improving how we share intelligence, including on foreign fighters. And we will decide to appoint a co-ordinator to oversee NATO’s efforts in the fight against terrorism,” said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.
The 28 members will inaugurate three memorials in the new building; to 9 – 11, Article Five, which guarantees members’ collective defence, and the Berlin Wall.