NATO - North Atlantic Treaty Organization

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30 Jul. 2014

Statement by the Secretary General on the INF Treaty

The United States has briefed the North Atlantic Council on its determination that the Russian Federation is in violation of its obligations under the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty not to possess, produce, or flight-test a ground-launched cruise missile with a range capability of 500 to 5,500 kilometers, or to possess or produce launchers of such missiles.

29 Jul. 2014

Making the Tisza River basin a safer place

Local communities in the Tisza River basin have recently been confronted with several serious toxic spills and ecological disasters along the river. Regional scientists, within a NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) project, have therefore started to develop a monitoring system to increase the chances of predicting environmental crises and improving disaster response.

28 Jul. 2014

NATO Wales Summit: Just a week to go for media to accredit

There is just one week to go for media professionals to apply for accreditation for this September’s NATO Summit in Wales. The deadline for applications is midday (Central European Time) on Monday 4 August, 2014.

25 Jul. 2014

Chairman of the Military Committee delivers the inauguration address to NATO Defense College graduates

General Bartels, Chairman of the Military Committee, attended the graduation ceremony of the Senior Course Leaders class today, 25 July 2014, as well as the Change of Command ceremony, at the NATO Defense College (NDC) in Rome, Italy. In attendance were Ambassadors from participating countries and high ranking civilian and military officials.

17 Jul. 2014

NATO Secretary General statement on the crash of Malaysia Airlines aircraft

I am profoundly shocked and saddened by the crash of a Malaysia Airlines passenger aircraft in Ukraine today, with the loss of many lives.

16 Jul. 2014

Russia’s accusations - setting the record straight

Russia’s aggression against Ukraine has led to Russia’s international isolation, including NATO’s suspension of all practical cooperation with Russia. To divert attention away from its actions, Russia has levelled a series of accusations against NATO which are based on misrepresentations of the facts and ignore the sustained effort that NATO has put into building a partnership with Russia. Russia has also made baseless attacks on the legitimacy of the Ukrainian authorities and has used force to seize part of Ukraine’s territory. This document, released by NATO on Wednesday (16 July 2014) sets the record straight.

14 Jul. 2014

Publication of International Board of Auditors for NATO (IBAN) report on NATO Defense College

NATO is releasing the first audit report of IBAN in its history. The North Atlantic Council (Council) decided that in accordance with basic principles of transparency and accountability that as of 1 January 2014 the reports of the International Board of Auditors for NATO (IBAN) together with any related financial statements should be disclosed to the public on a case by case basis. On 14 July 2014 the Council agreed that the IBAN report on the Financial Statements of the NATO Defense College for the year ended 31 December 2013 would be made available to the public.

11 Jul. 2014

NATO Liaison Officer in Central Asia visits Kyrgyzstan

NATO Liaison Officer in Central Asia Alexander Vinnikov visited Kyrgyzstan from 9 to 11 July. It was the fourth visit to the country since his appointment in 2013.

11 Jul. 2014

Emerging security challenges debated at Global Media Forum

Cyber defence, energy security and scientific cooperation were among the topics discussed at this year’s Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum agenda in Bonn. Alliance officials engaged with an international audience to examine current security threats and NATO’s response to them. The theme of the forum was ''From Information to Participation – Challenges for the Media''.

9 Jul. 2014

NATO Secretary General highlights partnerships during San Francisco visit

A strong NATO with strong partnerships is “essential” to preserve an international rule-based order that promotes freedom, democracy and the rule of law, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said in a speech delivered at the Marines’ Memorial Association in San Francisco on Wednesday (9 July), at the end of his visit to the United States this week. The Secretary General said the international order “is under threat” due to Russia’s aggression against Ukraine as well as other crises such as Syria, Iraq and increased tensions in Asia. He said that current global threats require a global network to deal with them effectively.