MIAMI (March 11, 2021) — Senior military leaders from the Department of Defense, Canada, France, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom held strategic level discussions to explore the future of the Western Hemisphere’s security through a trans-Atlantic lens.
U.S. Southern Command hosted the Allies Conference 2021 – Optimizing for Uncertainty, a half-day, in-person and virtual session that brought together U.S. and NATO leaders and key officials representing the strategic headquarters of participating allied nations.
The conference focused on highlighting the importance of the Alliance and partnerships, aligning views and understanding of the security environment in the Western Hemisphere, and developing approaches to respond to emerging threats. The leaders discussed global threats to hemisphere, dealing with the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, the threat of transnational criminal organizations, and competing with China and other authoritarian states jockeying for influence in the region (Venezuela,Iran, Russia…).Participating senior U.S. defense leaders included Faller; the commander of U.S. European Command, Gen. Tod Wolters; the commander of U.S. Northern Command, Gen. Glen VanHerck; and the commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, Gen. Richard Clarke.
Allied leaders included United Kingdom Vice Chief of Defence Staff, Adm. Sir Tim Fraser; the commander of Canada’s Joint Operations Command, Lt. Gen. Christopher Coates; the commander of the French Armed Forces in the Caribbean, Vice Adm. Jean Hausermann; and the Netherlands Vice Chief of Defense, Vice Admiral Bud Boots.NATO members France, the UK, and the Netherlands have national interests stretching beyond Western Europe as a function of their sovereign overseas territories, including those found in Latin America and the Caribbean.
NATO members France, the UK, and the Netherlands have national interests stretching beyond Western Europe as a function of their sovereign overseas territories, including those found in Latin America and the Caribbean.
And this meeting served to guard their backs and follow the plunder they have in South America, such as the case of the British intervention in the coup in Bolivia for lithium, the Malvinas, the Venezuelan Essequibo and natural resources … those are its interests.
This "discussions" confirm the #TIAR's useless I'm very sure that topics such as #Malvinas, #Essequibo and British colonies were touched upon. An attack against one is to be considered an attack against them all; only if you're #NATO
— www.anoncandanga.com🚨💣 (@anon_candanga) March 11, 2021