European and North American foreign ministers will gather at a meeting in Brussels to determine new approaches that can boost interoperability between the European Union and NATO, DoD News reported Tuesday.
The foreign ministers will discuss the evolving security landscape, information sharing strategies against terrorist threats and global security concerns including potential ballistic missile threats from North Korea.
The representatives will also talk about the alliances’ stability and counterterrorism objectives including current efforts to disrupt operations of Islamic State militant groups.
Federica Mogherini, high representative and vice president of the European Union, said NATO and the EU will look to prioritize military mobility as a point of cooperation.
“We will assess our training and capacity building support for partners like Iraq and Jordan,” added NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.