|16 Nov. 2023 ||
Ukrainian paramedics complete first-aid training organised by NATO and Romania
Around 200 Ukrainian medics have completed NATO training that will help Ukraine’s healthcare system to cope with the devastating impact of Russia’s war. The activity was organised jointly by Romania and NATO’s Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC), and funded by six Allies. The participants are first responders from different Ukrainian agencies, the National Guard, the National Police, the State Emergency Service, the State Border Guard Service, as well as medical units of the Ministry of the Interior. They are involved in rescue operations and provide critical medical services to civilians during Russian missile and artillery strikes.
|07 Aug. 2023 ||
NATO Allies support Slovenia following deadly flooding
NATO Allies are providing support to Slovenia after record rainfall starting last Friday triggered severe flooding affecting two-thirds of the country. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg spoke by phone with Prime Minister Robert Golob on Monday (7 August 2023), expressing his condolences and NATO’s strong solidarity with Slovenia.
|14 Jun. 2023 ||
Destruction of dam in Ukraine - Request for assistance and situation reports - Updated
As a result of the destruction of the dam of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant (KHPP), and in accordance with the procedures at reference, the EADRCC received on 11 June 2023 an updated urgent request for international humanitarian assistance from Ukraine to protect its population against the flooding and its secondary impact.
|24 Mar. 2023 ||
Earthquake response: Japan completes its final NATO aid flight to Türkiye
Japan wrapped up its support to NATO disaster relief operations in Türkiye on Friday (24 March 2023) after airlifting some 90 tons of aid to Turkish communities in need.
|18 Mar. 2023 ||
Earthquake response: Japan completes first NATO aid flight to Türkiye
More aircraft carrying aid are due to arrive in Türkiye, as NATO Allies and partners continue to provide assistance following the devastating earthquakes in February. A first shipment of aid from Japan arrived on Friday (17 March 2023).
|16 Mar. 2023 ||
Earthquake response: NATO Allies and partners continue to provide aid to Türkiye
NATO Allies and partners continue to respond to calls for assistance following the devastating earthquakes in February.
|21 Feb. 2023 ||
Earthquake relief: NATO Allies and partners airlift tents to Türkiye
A C-17 heavy cargo aircraft on Tuesday (21 February 2023) arrived at Incirlik airport in Türkiye carrying 500 tents for hundreds of people displaced by the devastating earthquakes that struck Türkiye in February.
|19 Feb. 2023 ||
Earthquake relief: NATO temporary housing containers depart for Türkiye
A merchant vessel carrying the first 600 of over 1,000 containers of NATO temporary housing for Türkiye left the port of Taranto, Italy, on Sunday evening (19 February 2023).
|16 Feb. 2023 ||
Secretary General in Ankara: in your time of need, NATO stands with Türkiye
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg visited Ankara, Türkiye on Thursday (16 February 2023) to show solidarity following the devastating earthquake that struck Türkiye and Syria last week.
|16 Feb. 2023 ||
Secretary General: NATO stands with Türkiye, working to deploy shelters and tents
In a visit to Ankara on Thursday (16 February 2023), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg offered NATO’s deepest condolences to the Turkish people and all those affected by the devastating earthquakes of 6 February. He conveyed this message of solidarity in meetings with President Recep Tayyip Erdoǧan and Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu.