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22 May. 2017

NATO steps up efforts to increase public understanding of Alliance’s role

Under the banner “WeAreNATO”, the Alliance is increasing efforts to explain NATO’s core mission of guaranteeing freedom and security for its citizens.

19 May. 2017

Bosnia and Herzegovina discusses new areas of scientific cooperation with NATO

Scientists and other experts from Bosnia and Herzegovina offered their insights into new ways of addressing emerging security challenges during a Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme Information Day held in Sarajevo on 19 May 2017. Fruitful cooperation between the country and NATO’s SPS Programme has led to exploring common solutions to security challenges in the areas of cyber defence, counter-terrorism and unexploded ordnance (UXO) detection.

19 May. 2017

NATO Allies and partners reaffirm their Warsaw commitments to sustainable security in Afghanistan and to their strong partnership with Afghanistan

NATO Allies and operational partners contributing to the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission met today (19 May 2017), at NATO Headquarters, to review ongoing efforts in support to the Afghan National Defence and Security Forces (ANDSF) and long-term stability in Afghanistan.

19 May. 2017

The NATO Information and Documentation Centre in Ukraine celebrates its 20th anniversary

The NATO Information and Documentation Centre (NIDC) in Ukraine celebrated its 20th anniversary in Kyiv. A first-ever public information office opened in a NATO Partner nation, the NATO Information Centre has served for twenty years to increase awareness about NATO and promote NATO in Ukraine.

18 May. 2017

Secretary General welcomes closer NATO-EU cooperation

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stressed the progress being made in closer cooperation between the Alliance and the European Union in a meeting with EU Defence Ministers on Thursday (18 May 2017). He highlighted that this cooperation has reached a new level.

18 May. 2017

Experts present new report on improving governance and delivery of commonly funded capabilities

On 18 April 2017 a Group of Senior Experts (GSE) delivered a report on how to improve NATO’s delivery of common funded capabilities.

17 May. 2017

The NATO Chiefs of Defence committed to keeping NATO, ready, relevant and able

The Allied Chiefs of Defence gathered in Brussels on 17th May 2017 for their second meeting of the year, ahead of the Heads of State and Government meeting on 25th May 2017. Discussions on the threats and challenges facing the Alliance emanating from the South, the implementation of Projecting Stability and enhancing NATO’s role in fighting terrorism framed the morning sessions. The RESOLUTE SUPPORT Mission beyond 2018, recommendations on capability development and resource requirements and the NATO Command Structure review were the focus of the afternoon.

17 May. 2017

NATO Secretary General welcomes political progress in Skopje

I welcome President Ivanov’s decision to grant Mr. Zaev’s parliamentary majority a mandate to form a new government. This is a step in the right direction, and the right thing to do. I encourage the swift formation of a new government, a timely confirmation vote in parliament and a constructive attitude by all parties. It is important the country can start to focus on its urgently needed reforms. I urge all those concerned to continue their efforts to advance the country’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations.

17 May. 2017

NATO and Partners to discuss Weapons of Mass Destruction Non-proliferation and Arms Control in Helsinki

As a valued NATO Partner, Finland will host the 13th Annual NATO Conference on Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Arms Control, Disarmament and Non-proliferation from 29 to 30 May 2017 in Helsinki.

17 May. 2017

NATO Secretary General marks International Day Against Homophobia

NATO marked the International Day Against Homophobia on Wednesday (17 May 2017) with a tweet by Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. He said: “LGBT people everywhere deserve dignity, inclusion and freedom from fear. Diversity makes our open societies stronger and safer.”

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