|19 Mar. 2018||
NATO started today (19 March 2018) the last part of its move to its new headquarters in Brussels. Over the next 12 weeks, around 4000 people - NATO civilian and military staff, as well as 29 national delegations - will transfer to their new offices.
|25 May. 2017||
NATO leaders today (25 May 2017) marked the handover of the Alliance’s new headquarters in Brussels. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg thanked Belgium and the thousands of people who had contributed to the project, calling the building “a 21st century headquarters for a 21st century Alliance”.
|23 Mar. 2017||
NATO Allies decided this week that the next Meeting of the North Atlantic Council at the level of Heads of State and/or Government will take place in Brussels on 25 May 2017. The event will include an inauguration of NATO’s new Headquarters.
|25 Oct. 2016||
For stamp enthusiasts around the world, NATO’s move across the road to new headquarters has not attracted attention, until now. On Saturday (22 October 2016), the Belgian Post issued a commemorative stamp depicting the new NATO Headquarters and its distinctive architecture. Today (25 October 2016), stamp collectors were given an opportunity to purchase this collector’s item, following a ceremony at NATO Headquarters.
|25 May. 2016||
The oxidised steel sculpture known as the “NATO star” has stood in front of the Alliance’s headquarters in Brussels since August 1971. As part of the move to NATO’s new headquarters, the star moved across Boulevard Leopold III to its new home on Saturday 28 May 2016.
|4 Dec. 2014||
An agreement has been reached by the Belgian authorities to resolve the claim made by BAM Alliance, the general contractor responsible for the construction of the new NATO Headquarters, for additional work. NATO welcomes this agreement. The negotiations were conducted professionally and the project now has a clear way forward to completion in 2016. Allies will maintain their careful oversight of this important project, led by the Belgian authorities.
|27 Jan. 2014||
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen gave media an update on the status of the New NATO Headquarters project at his first monthly press conference of 2014.
|16 Dec. 2010||
On 16 December 2010, the NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen joined the Belgian Prime Minister Yves Leterme and the Belgian Defense Minister Pieter de Crem on the site of the new NATO Headquarters in Brussels to attend a ground-breaking ceremony.
|28 Jun. 2010||
I welcome the awarding, by the Belgian government, of the contract to build a new NATO Headquarters. When NATO moved into the current Headquarters in 1967, it had only 15 members; today, there are 28 Allies, with more countries aspiring to join.
|24 Mar. 2006||
On Friday 24 March, the North Atlantic Council agreed to proceed with Phase B of the design for the new NATO Headquarters.