NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and British Prime Minister Theresa May discussed a range of issues from Russia to the NATO July Brussels Summit, during a joint presser in Downing Street, London on Thursday. «This country did not have to respond to the attack in Salisbury alone,» said Stoltenberg speaking of the alleged use of a Russian nerve agent to target a former Russian spy and his... Еще daughter in the UK. «It had the strength and the support of 28 allies behind it,» added Stoltenberg. May on her part praised UK-NATO bond saying, «I am proud that whenever the call comes from NATO the UK is one of the first to respond.» Both outlined the agenda of the upcoming NATO Summit in Brussels set to take place on July 11 and 12, as Stoltenberg emphasised overcoming differences with the US. «Today some are questioning the strength of that bond. Allies have differences on issues like trade, climate change, and the Iran nuclear deal but we have had differences before and the lesson of history is that we overcome these differences every time,» he stated. The conference was taking place a day after Stoltenberg urged the NATO alliance to set aside difference over trade, climate change and the Iran nuclear deal.