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24 Nov. 2015

Statement by the NATO Secretary General after the extraordinary NAC meeting

The North Atlantic Council has just held a meeting, an extraordinary meeting. And we have been updated by the Turkish Ambassador on the recent events. I have also spoken to Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.

24 Nov. 2015

NATO Secretary General statement following his meeting with President Gjorge Ivanov of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia¹

I just had an excellent meeting with President Ivanov where we discussed Skopje’s path toward NATO membership and political developments in the country.

23 Nov. 2015

A common language for NATO and its partners

To be effective when deployed together in operations and exercises, the forces of NATO member countries and their partners need to speak the same language and use the same technical standards.

23 Nov. 2015

Chairman of NATO Military Committee Stresses Importance of Addressing Root Causes of Terrorism at Halifax Forum

Speaking at the Halifax International Security Forum (HISF) on Saturday (21 Nov 2015), General Petr Pavel, Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, stressed the need for continued adaption in facing the ever changing global security environment and unity of effort in tackling terrorism in all its guises.

23 Nov. 2015

NATO Secretary General joins world leaders to pay tribute to Helmut Schmidt

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg joined dignitaries from around the world today (23 November 2015) in Hamburg to pay tribute to former German chancellor Helmut Schmidt, who passed away in early November. Upon Schmidt’s passing, Mr Stoltenberg described him as a great statesman who believed in the European project and in strengthening the transatlantic Alliance.

20 Nov. 2015

Secretary General at University of Belgrade: a new era of NATO-Serbia cooperation

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said there was a great deal Serbia and NATO could do together to build security in the Western Balkans, Europe and the world in remarks to students at the University of Belgrade’s Faculty of Political Science on Friday (20 November 2015).

20 Nov. 2015

Secretary General stresses value of NATO-Serbia partnership in visit to Belgrade

Both Serbia and NATO would benefit from closer cooperation, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Friday (20 November 2015) after talks with Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić and other senior government officials in Belgrade. Mr. Stoltenberg said his visit was part of “a fresh start” in relations between NATO and Serbia. “This is more important than ever since we face many common security challenges,” said the Secretary General. “Cooperation is a win-win. Working together keeps Serbian people safe and it keeps people in Allied nations safe too,” he said.

20 Nov. 2015

NATO supports Jordanian Armed Forces to implement UNSCR 1325

NATO’s Special Representative on Women, Peace and Security, Ambassador Marriët Schuurman visited Amman, Jordan from 16 to 19 November 2015, in the context of the Jordan III Trust Fund project. “I am very grateful for the cooperation we have with Jordan. I believe this Trust Fund project will have a concrete impact and provide a leading example in the region to enhance the role of women across the security sector,” Ambassador Schuurman said.

19 Nov. 2015

Secretary General arrives in Belgrade for talks on NATO-Serbia relations

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg arrived in Belgrade on Thursday (19 November 2015) for talks with Serbia’s Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić and other senior government officials.

19 Nov. 2015

NATO Secretary General discusses key security challenges in visit to Hungary

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg visited Budapest on Thursday (19 November 2015) for talks on current security challenges facing the Alliance, including terrorism, instability to the south, and security challenges to the east. After meeting with Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, Defence Minister István Simicskó, Minister of National Economy Mihaly Varga and other high level officials, Mr Stoltenberg thanked Hungary for its contributions to the Alliance’s shared security.

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