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1 Apr. 2015

NATO Support and Procurement Agency - new name and expanded capabilities

Effective 1st April 2015 the NATO Support Agency (NSPA) will become the NATO Support and Procurement Agency. This change marks the expansion of Agency capabilities to include all aspects of systems procurement from initial acquisition throughout sustainment.

30 Mar. 2015

Secretary General: NATO and the EU can achieve more if we work more closely together

The NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday (30 March 2015) that he is “a strong supporter of closer cooperation between the European Union and NATO” and that more can be achieved “if we work more closely together.” He was addressing the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee and Sub-Committee on Security and Defence in Brussels.

27 Mar. 2015

National Armaments Directors discuss support to defence planning priorities

How can multinational cooperation and enhanced engagement with industry help develop the capabilities required to meet current security challenges? This was the focus of discussions at the biannual Conference of National Armaments Directors (CNAD) on 26 March in Brussels, Belgium.

27 Mar. 2015

NATO strengthens its partnership with the United Nations on the Protection of Children in Armed Conflict

On 25 March 2015, Ambassador Stephen Evans, NATO Assistant Secretary General for Operations, addressed the United Nations Security Council on the matter of Children and Armed Conflict.

25 Mar. 2015

NATO Secretary General: One of our greatest strengths is our ability to adapt

The NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday (25 March 2015) that the Alliance “is used to the long haul. And one of our greatest strengths is our ability to adapt.” He was speaking at the opening of the annual NATO Transformation Seminar in Washington, DC (United States) on “The Warsaw Summit and Beyond,” organized by the Atlantic Council and the Allied Command Transformation and attended by NATO Permanent Representatives, the Supreme Allied Commander for Transformation, General Jean-Paul Paloméros, and the NATO Military Committee. Mr. Stoltenberg added that “Allied Command Transformation plays an important role in NATO’s continued adaptation to a changing world”.

23 Mar. 2015

NATO announces nomination of General Denis Mercier, French Air Force, as Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT)

The North Atlantic Council today, 23 March 2015, approved the nomination of General Denis Mercier, French Air Force, to the post of Supreme Allied Commander Transformation.

23 Mar. 2015

Secretary General: Canada is a committed and capable NATO Ally

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg thanked Canada for its significant contributions to the Alliance during a visit to Ottawa on Monday (23 March 2015). “Canada is a committed Ally and a capable contributor to international security,” he said. Mr. Stoltenberg stressed that “Canada plays a major part in our decision-making and helps keep the vital bond between Europe and North America strong.”

22 Mar. 2015

SNMG2 completes operations in the Black Sea

NATO ships assigned to Standing NATO Maritime Group Two (SNMG2) completed their participation in joint NATO training exercises and maritime situational awareness operations in the Black Sea today.

20 Mar. 2015

NATO reinforces cooperation with Supreme Audit Institutions

In an effort to enhance its procedures and benefit from the expertise of other institutions, the International Board of Auditors for NATO (IBAN) has initiated bilateral cooperation with a number of the Supreme Audit Institutions in NATO member countries, as well as with audit offices from European and international organisations.

20 Mar. 2015

NATO Secretary General discusses relations with Russia at Brussels Forum

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called on Russia to stop destabilizing its neighbours and respect international rules at the tenth annual Brussels Forum conference on Friday (20 March 2015). In the face of Russia’s aggressive actions, Mr. Stoltenberg underlined that NATO is responding by strengthening its collective defence and supporting regional partners – including Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova.

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