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6 Oct. 2015

Secretary General previews NATO Defence Ministers meeting

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg briefed media on Tuesday (6 October 2015) on the topics of this week’s Defence Ministers meeting. Ministers will take further steps to reinforce the Alliance’s collective defence and look at its long-term adaptation. They will discuss the implications of Russia’s military activity, as well as the measures NATO is taking to adapt to the growing challenges from the South and the East. The situation in Syria and Afghanistan will also be addressed.

5 Oct. 2015

Statement by the North Atlantic Council on incursions into Turkey’s airspace by Russian aircraft

The North Atlantic Council met today to hold consultations on the potential implications of the recent dangerous military actions of the Russian Federation in and around Syria.

5 Oct. 2015

NATO Secretary General expresses solidarity with Turkey following Russian air space violation

I just met with the Foreign Minister of Turkey Feridun Sinirlioğlu to discuss the recent military actions of the Russian Federation in and around Syria. Including the unacceptable violations of Turkish airspace by Russian combat aircraft.

3 Oct. 2015

NATO Secretary General statement on incident in Kunduz

I am deeply saddened by the tragic incident involving a Doctors without Borders hospital in Kunduz.

2 Oct. 2015

NATO Liaison Office Georgia marks fifth anniversary

The NATO Liaison Office Georgia marked the fifth anniversary of its foundation with the inauguration of a new conference facility in Tbilisi on 1 October. The facility is dedicated to hosting Professional Development Programme training, conferences, and other events that further Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations and will also be available to NATO Allies to support their Euro-Atlantic integration activities. Georgian government officials, civil society representatives and NATO ambassadors, defence attachés as well as other members of the diplomatic community attended the event.

2 Oct. 2015

NATO School explores energy security

Energy is vital for society and the military and NATO continues to consult on and develop its capacity to contribute to energy security. The changing energy landscape and its security implications for NATO Allies and partner countries was the focus of the first Energy Security Strategic Awareness Course held at the NATO School in Oberammergau which concluded on 2 October.

1 Oct. 2015

Lisbon hosts NATO-Industry Forum 2015

The NATO-Industry Forum 2015 is the primary venue for strategic dialogue with the defence and security industry on NATO capability planning and development. Sponsored by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, the Forum is co-organised by Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, General Denis Mercier, and NATO Assistant Secretary General for Defence Investment Mr Patrick Auroy.

30 Sep. 2015

NATO Secretary General, Ambassadors and Military Commanders attend ACT change-of-command ceremony

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, together with Deputy Secretary General Ambassador Alexander Vershbow, Ambassadors from the North Atlantic Council and members of the Military Committee attended Wednesday’s (30 September 2015) change-of-command ceremony at Allied Command Transformation (ACT) headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia. The ceremony marked the official handover of the post of Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT) from General Jean-Paul Paloméros to General Denis Mercier.

29 Sep. 2015

NATO Secretary General meets world leaders in New York

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg held talks with several world leaders in New York in the margins of the opening of the United Nations General Assembly.

28 Sep. 2015

Secretary General at UN Peacekeeping Summit: NATO ready to help make UN operations even more effective

NATO stands ready to support to United Nations to help make its peacekeeping operations safer and even more effective, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Monday (28 September 2015) at a special UN Peacekeeping Summit attended by world leaders in New York. “A more effective UN is in the interest of the entire international community,” Mr. Stoltenberg said.

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