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NATO delivers ventilators to the Czech Republic

The Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic received 60 ventilators from the NATO stockpile in response to the COVID-19 pandemic on Tuesday, 27 October 2020. The donation was coordinated by NATO’s Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC). The ventilators will be distributed by the Health Ministry’s Crisis Preparedness Department to hospitals in the country.
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NATO Deputy Secretary General: NATO is ready for whatever challenges it might face

NATO adapts and prepares for the future, said NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană at the international conference on ‘Preparing NATO and the Allies for the Future Challenges’ in Sofia, Bulgaria, on Tuesday (27 October).
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NATO marks achievements on gender-related issues

On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325 on Women, Peace and Security (WPS), NATO welcomes the achievements of experts who have contributed to practical cooperation on gender-related issues among NATO member and partner countries in the framework of the Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme.
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NATO promotes collaboration among future leaders in science

NATO’s Science and Technology Organization (STO) has launched a thread of video-posts from early career scientists to give them the opportunity to learn more about each other’s work and how they can contribute to maintaining NATO’s scientific and technological edge.
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NATO Deputy Secretary General and Allied Parliamentarians discuss NATO today and in 2030

On Monday (26 October 2020), NATO’s Deputy Secretary General Mircea GEOANĂ engaged with members of the NATO Parliamentary assembly on current and future security challenges for the Alliance.
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NATO Defence Ministers take decisions to strengthen our security

NATO Defence Ministers agreed to further strengthen Allied security during their virtual meetings over the last two days (22-23 October 2020). On Friday, Allied Ministers discussed NATO’s training missions in Afghanistan and Iraq, which are helping build long-term security and stability.
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NATO Allies agree Policy on Battlefield Evidence from operational theatres to boost efforts against terrorism

At their recent meetings via video conference on 22-23 October 2020 NATO Defence Ministers welcomed the adoption of the NATO Battlefield Evidence Policy and NATO Practical Framework for Technical Exploitation. This represents an important step in bolstering collective counter-terrorism efforts, as it helps Allies to have more information available in the fight against terrorism.
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COVID-19 Update for NATO Archives Visitors and Researchers

In compliance with regulations issued by the NATO Office of Security in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, NATO Archives events and services at NATO HQ that are open to the public have been suspended until January 2021. Unfortunately, onsite research visits are included in this category so the NATO Archives is regretfully not accepting visitors to its Reading Room until further notice.
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Ten Allies agree to explore modular solution for ground based air defence

Ten NATO Defence Ministers launched a multinational initiative for developing very short range, short range and medium range Ground Based Air Defence (GBAD) capabilities.
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Four Allies launch multinational initiative on Rapidly Deployable Mobile Counter Rockets, Artillery And Mortar Capability

The Defence Ministers of Germany, Greece, Hungary and the United Kingdom launched a new NATO multinational High Visibility Project (HVP) to address growing challenges in the area of Rapidly Deployable Mobile Counter Rockets, Artillery, and Mortar (C-RAM).

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