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Director General of the NATO International Military Staff visits Algeria

From 11 to 13 May 2022 the Director General of the International Military Staff (DGIMS), Lieutenant General Hans-Werner Wiermann visited Algeria, upon the invitation of the Chief of Defence Lieutenant General Saïd Chanegriha.
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Senior NATO official visits Algeria to discuss current and future cooperation

NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs and Security Policy Javier Colomina conducted an official visit to Algeria on 17-19 January 2022. He met with several Algerian officials and delivered a speech at the National Institute of Strategic Global Studies, one of the country’s most renowned research centres for issues of international affairs.
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NATO Secretary General meets with Foreign Minister of Israel

Today (12 July 2021), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met at NATO Headquarters with H.E. Yair Lapid, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Alternate Prime Minister of Israel. They discussed a range of issues related to NATO-Israel relations.
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NATO Secretary General discusses cooperation with the Foreign Minister of Egypt

Today (12 July 2021), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry at NATO Headquarters. They discussed a range of issues related to the NATO-Egypt partnership, a relationship of more than 25 years through NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue.
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NATO strengthens its partnership with Mauritania

NATO and Mauritania are further developing their long-standing partnership, by widening the scope of their political dialogue and practical cooperation. NATO civil and military officials have just completed a trip to Mauritania, where they discussed opportunities for potential additional advice, training and capacity building activities in support to Mauritanian national defence and security structures and institutions.
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Deputy Secretary General inaugurates Jordan’s Military Women’s Training Centre

NATO’s Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană marked the inauguration of the Military Women’s Training Center in Jordan in a virtual address on 7 June 2021.
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NATO and Algeria strengthen scientific cooperation against terrorism

Today (17 May 2021) marked the successful conclusion of the first scientific cooperation activity between NATO and Algeria, developing technological solutions relevant to the fight against terrorism. This represents an important milestone in NATO’s engagement in the Middle East and North Africa.
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Coronavirus response: NATO support to Tunisia

On February 22, Tunisia received 100,000 FFP2 masks disposable and 15,000 disposable suits for biological protection, from the Pandemic Response Trust Fund. The donation was coordinated by NATO’s Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC) in response to Tunisia’s request for international assistance. It was made possible with financial contributions by Belgium, Germany and Norway.
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NATO Secretary General: Mauritania is a committed partner

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani of Mauritania to NATO Headquarters on Thursday (14 January 2021) for talks on strengthening security cooperation.
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NATO’s Science for Peace and Security Programme supports Mauritania to deal with crisis management

NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme has launched “PROMEDEUS”, a new project which will further enhance Mauritania’s crisis management system. It builds on the achievements of two previous projects that established a crisis management centre in Nouakchott and four regional operational coordination centres. The new project aims to support the development of Mauritania’s operational capabilities and emergencies management in the fields of public health and civil protection.

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