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23 Apr. 2024 240423a-010.jpg - NATO Secretary General visits Poland, 101.95KB

NATO Secretary General meets Polish and UK Prime Ministers, welcomes new support for Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg visited Poland on Tuesday (23 April 2024) to meet with Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk and UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
15 Feb. 2024 240215f-004.jpg - Meeting of NATO Ministers of Defence in Brussels, Belgium - Press conference by NATO Secretary General, 69.33KB

Defence ministers address strengthening NATO’s deterrence and defence, support to Ukraine

NATO Defence Ministers met on Thursday (15 February 2024) to address the Alliance’s deterrence and defence, as well as support to Ukraine.
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Secretary General welcomes unprecedented rise in NATO defence spending

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg released NATO's latest defence spending figures on Wednesday (14 February 2024), which show an unprecedented increase across European Allies and Canada.
13 Dec. 2023 nato-hq-flags.jpg - 31 NATO Flags at NATO headquarters in Brussels , 95.81KB

NATO agrees 2024 budgets, demonstrating Allied solidarity in addressing shared security challenges

Allies agreed NATO’s civil and military budgets for 2024 at a meeting of the North Atlantic Council on Wednesday (13 December 2023). The civil budget is set at €438.1 million, and the military budget is set at €2.03 billion, representing a 18.2% and 12% increase respectively over 2023.
10 Nov. 2023 231109a-027.jpg - NATO Secretary General visits Berlin, 93.60KB

Secretary General: German leadership in NATO matters for peace in Europe

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with German Defence Minister Boris Pistorius in Berlin on Friday (10 November 2023). Mr Stoltenberg thanked Defence Minister Pistorius for his leadership in transforming the German Bundeswehr and for Germany’s major part in strengthening NATO’s defences.
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Secretary General concludes historic NATO Summit in Vilnius

Wrapping up the Summit in Vilnius on Wednesday (12 July 2023), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed that NATO leaders took major decisions to adapt the Alliance for the future. Allies agreed NATO’s most detailed and robust defence plans since the Cold War, strengthened their commitment to defence investment, agreed to bring Ukraine closer to NATO, and deepened partnerships around the world.
07 Jul. 2023 230707-pc-sg.jpg - Pre-Summit press conference, 47.39KB

Secretary General: Vilnius Summit will make Ukraine stronger, reinforce NATO’s deterrence and defence

Previewing the Vilnius Summit at NATO Headquarters on Friday (7 July 2023), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the meeting of Allied leaders “will send a clear message: NATO stands united, and Russia’s aggression will not pay.”
28 Jun. 2023 230628a-004.jpg - NATO Secretary General welcomes the Prime Minister of Estonia at NATO Headquarters, 102.04KB

Secretary General welcomes Estonian Prime Minister to NATO for talks on Vilnius Summit

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Prime Minister Kaja Kallas of Estonia to NATO Headquarters on Wednesday (28 June 2023) for talks to prepare for the Vilnius Summit.
14 Jun. 2023 230614-sg-premin-pc.jpg - Pre-ministerial press conference by the NATO Secretary General - Meeting of NATO Ministers of Defence, 78.64KB

NATO Defence Ministers to address Ukraine support, deterrence and defence, investment

NATO Defence Ministers are meeting in Brussels on Thursday and Friday to prepare for the Vilnius Summit in July. Previewing the meeting on Wednesday (14 June 2023), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that ministers would address stepping up support for Ukraine, and strengthening deterrence and defence including with new regional plans.
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NATO agrees 2023 budgets, reflecting higher ambitions for the new security reality

Allies agreed NATO’s civil and military budgets for 2023 at a meeting of the North Atlantic Council on Wednesday (14 December 2022). The civil budget is set at €370.8 million, and the military budget is set at €1.96 billion, representing a 27.8% and 25.8% increase, respectively, over 2022.

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