brussels - NATO has the top that for next spring on the agenda resistance associated with Donald Trump win in the US election. According to the German weekly Der Spiegel, the alliance wants the next president of the United States give more time to determine its position towards NATO.
Der Spiegel reports that NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg is surprised by Trump's profits. He expected that Hillary Clinton would win the election and he wished her a warm welcome at the summit. At the same time the new headquarters of NATO would be inaugurated in Brussels.
Within NATO would live the fear that Trump so soon after his inauguration on January 20 would not come to the top. The billionaire has the covenant in his campaign portrayed as 'unnecessary'. The meeting of Heads of State and Government of the members will now probably take place in the summer.