|28 Jul. 2015||
The North Atlantic Council met today at Turkey’s request to hold consultations under Article 4 of the Washington Treaty, which states that “the parties will consult whenever, in the opinion of any of them, the territorial integrity, political independence, or security of any of the parties is threatened.”
|28 Jul. 2015||
Ambassadors of all 28 NATO Allies met in the North Atlantic Council on Tuesday (28 July 2015) following a request by Turkey for consultations under Article 4 of the Washington Treaty. Turkey requested the meeting in view of the recent serious terrorist attacks on its territory. All Allies condemned the attacks and expressed condolences to the Turkish government and the families of the victims. They stressed that NATO is following developments very closely on the Alliance’s south-eastern border, and stands “in strong solidarity with Turkey.”
|27 Jul. 2015||
A new English language training course for Uzbek officers will begin next week in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Up to 15 competitively selected candidates will undergo the six-month pilot programme focusing on military terminology.
|26 Jul. 2015||
Secretary General announces North Atlantic Council to meet following Turkey's request for Article 4 consultations
The North Atlantic Council, which includes the ambassadors of all 28 NATO Allies, will meet on Tuesday 28 July, following a request by Turkey to hold consultations under article 4 of NATO's founding Washington Treaty.
|22 Jul. 2015||
Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow welcomed His Excellency David Usupashvili, Chairman of the Georgian Parliament, to NATO headquarters on Wednesday (22 July 2015) for talks on the important relationship between the Alliance and Georgia.
|20 Jul. 2015||
I strongly condemn today’s terrorist attack in the Turkish city of Suruç, which has led to the loss of many innocent lives and left many injured.
|17 Jul. 2015||
Ukraine: The Unseen Attacks - Four fatal flaws? Ukraine's key challenges today are more than the war fought in its east.
Fighting in the east has come to characterize Ukraine. But Ukraine’s struggle for survival and self-determination, free of corrupt governments and Russian influence is fought on many other fronts. From cyber defence to internal defence, fixing its forces to telling the truth – Ukraine faces challenges that may determine its very survival.
|15 Jul. 2015||
NATO Spokesperson Oana Lungescu together with senior NATO military officials briefed the press on Wednesday (15 July 2015) on this year’s Exercise Trident Juncture which will be the Alliance’s largest and most ambitious exercise in over a decade. Primarily hosted by Italy, Portugal and Spain, the exercise will be held this October and November.
|14 Jul. 2015||
I warmly welcome the comprehensive landmark agreement reached today between Iran and the international community. I commend the parties for their perseverance. This agreement represents a historic breakthrough which, once fully implemented, will strengthen international security.
|13 Jul. 2015||
Demonstrating their strong commitment to gender equality, the Chairman of NATO’s Military Committee, General Petr Pavel, the Secretary General’s Special Representative for Women, Peace and Security, Ambassador Marriët Schuurman, senior NATO military leadership and staff joined the United Nations Women’s HeForShe movement today in making a campaign video.