Since the first day of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the EU and NATO, EU member states and NATO Allies have intensified their work and cooperation, demonstrating full unity and common resolve in condemning Russia’s war of aggression and supporting Ukraine defend itself and protect its population.
EU-NATO Joint Declaration 2023
On 10th January 2023, the EU and NATO signed a Joint Declaration in Brussels. They condemned in the strongest possible terms Russia’s aggression against Ukraine and reiterated their unwavering support to the country.
The declaration also sets out a shared vision of how the EU and NATO will act together against common security threats. The EU and NATO will expand and deepen their cooperation on areas such as:
- the growing geostrategic competition
- resilience and the protection of critical infrastructure
- emerging and disruptive technologies
- the security implications of climate change
- foreign information manipulation and interference
As the security threats and challenges we are confronted with are evolving in scope and magnitude, we will take our partnership to the next level on the basis of our long-standing cooperation.