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23 Jan. 2018

Bringing academia and intergovernmental organizations closer together: NATO Headquarters and UCL sign a cooperation agreement in the field of translation

Who among us hasn’t heard young people talking about how tough the first steps in their career were? Translators are no different in that regard. Sometimes they allude to the gap between what they learned at university and what they experience in their job on a day-to-day basis: the pace of work in a professional setting; the necessity of snap decisions on the best translation; the need to compromise in order to meet deadlines, when students can take as much time as they need to hone their thesis; and so on.

23 Jan. 2018

Deputy Secretary General in Istanbul: Turkey is a vital member of NATO

Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller highlighted Turkey’s vital role in NATO in remarks at the National Defence University in Istanbul on Tuesday (23 January 2018). Calling NATO membership “a mutually beneficial relationship”, she explained how “together, we reap the benefits of... enduring commitment to our collective defence.”

22 Jan. 2018

NATO Deputy Secretary General begins visit to Turkey

NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller began a two-day visit to Turkey on Monday (22 January 2018) with a visit to the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk in Ankara. Signing a book of commemoration, Ms. Gottemoeller expressed “great respect and admiration” both for the founder of the Republic of Turkey and for the nation, which she called “a key NATO Ally”.

18 Jan. 2018

NATO Secretary General in Skopje: "We want you to succeed"

Visiting Skopje on Thursday (18 January 2018), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and praised his country’s efforts and progress towards long-term political stability.

18 Jan. 2018

NATO Secretary General welcomes political progress and urges continued reforms in Skopje

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg praised efforts towards long-term political stability during a visit to Skopje on Thursday (18 January 2018). He stressed that NATO supports the country’s democratic reforms and its efforts to join NATO.

17 Jan. 2018

NATO Secretary General begins two-day visit to Skopje

The NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met for a working dinner with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev and other leading officials at the start of a two-day visit to Skopje on Wednesday (17 January 2018). Mr. Stoltenberg thanked his hosts for the hospitality and highlighted that it is for him a great pleasure to be in Skopje on his first visit as NATO Secretary General.

17 Jan. 2018

Qatar signs security agreement with NATO

The State of Qatar signed a security agreement with NATO at the Alliance’s Headquarters in Brussels on Tuesday (16 January 2018).

17 Jan. 2018

NATO Industrial Advisory Group turns 50 and elects new leadership

The NATO Industrial Advisory Group (NIAG) celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018. With more than 200 studies delivered since its inception, the NIAG has continuously adapted to the needs of the Alliance, providing technical and high-level advice covering a wide spectrum of topics.

17 Jan. 2018

NATO Chiefs of Defence address Adaptation, Coherence and Cooperation

On the 16th and 17th January, the Allied Chiefs of Defence gathered for their first meeting of 2018 in the 178th Military Committee in Chiefs of Defence Session (MCCS) at NATO Headquarters in Brussels. During the first day, the CHoDs focused on the Alliance’s political and military priorities ahead of the July Summit, military contribution to security and stabilization in Europe’s southern neighborhood, the NATO Command Structure (NCS) adaptation, the Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan and the Global Coalition against ISIS and NATO’s role in Iraq. The second day saw sessions with Ukraine and Georgia, followed by a meeting focused on Military Coherence.

16 Jan. 2018

Danish and Belgian commanders take lead of NATO naval groups

Danish and Belgian commanders have taken the lead of two NATO naval groups which help provide security at sea. Commodore Søren Thinggard Larsen of the Royal Danish Navy now leads Standing NATO Maritime Group One (SNMG1), which was under Norwegian leadership throughout 2017. A special event was held in Bergen, Norway on Monday (15 January 2018) to mark the handover.

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