The Portuguese Foreign Minister today called for the reunification of allies and the need to learn lessons from the crisis in Afghanistan and the Agus Alliance, a nuclear deal aimed at confronting China in the Indo-Pacific region, including the development of nuclear submarines in Australia, the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom.
“From the point of view of form and content, the manner in which the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom negotiated with each other was embarrassing to EU Europeans. Santos Silva told reporters in New York, the UN.
According to the governor, bringing allies closer is “willing, with time, with clarity, knowing only how to distinguish key issues from secondary issues and how to cooperate when such cooperation is needed. Of course this will take some time.”
“Portugal can help in this concerted effort, which is essential,” the minister said.
“We all look forward to further contacts between Presidents Biden and Macron, and at our level, we are working to learn lessons from everything that happened between August and September.
“Next year 2022 will be a decisive year, because at the same time next year the work of redefining the EU’s foreign and security policy guidelines is coming to an end. We call it the NATO Summit in Madrid.
In these two moments, the Minister considers that the “lessons learned” from the Afghanistan and Indo-Pacific crises must be taken into account.
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