DECRYPTION – Europeans and the United States do not have the same priorities to manage on the eve of the big meeting.
Correspondent in Brussels,
NATO, terribly banged up in recent years, will it finally get off on the right foot? This is what the allies want to believe when they meet this Monday in Brussels to participate in the first Alliance summit since the arrival of Joe Biden at the White House. On the eve of this big meeting, the Brussels town hall, located on the Grand-Place, was to light up to adorn itself in the colors of NATO. And this Monday the Manneken-Pis will wear a dedicated costume.
The US president, who is making the second leg of his tour of Europe there before his crucial meeting with Vladimir Putin on Wednesday in Geneva, landed in Belgium on Sunday evening with the firm intention of repairing transatlantic relations. With all due respect to the media and to thrill seekers, this summit promises to be much more placid than those of recent years, when Donald Trump was in command of the United States and scolded the Europeans. It will also be shorter than
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