During his first trip to Brussels as Chief of The Defence Staff, General Villarroya held some meetings with the Spanish representatives to these institutions.
Air General Miguel Ángel Villarroya travelled to Brussels for the first time as Chief of Defence Staff (CHOD), where he held meetings with the President of the Atlantic Alliance Military Committee (NATO), 'Air Chief Marshal' Stuart Peach, and with the President of the European Union Military Committee, General Claudio Graziano.
Likewise, the Chief of The Defence Staff held several working meetings with the Spanish representatives to these institutions. Thus, General Villaroya met the permanent representatives to the EU, Ambassador Pablo García-Berdoy, and to NATO, Ambassador Miguel Ángel Fernández-Palacios. He also held a meeting with the ambassador to the Political and Security Committee, Manuel Acerete Gómez.
The military representative of Spain to NATO and the EU, Lieutenant General Juan Montenegro Álvarez de Tejera, accompanied the Defence Chief of Staff during his working meetings in Brussels.