|28 Jun. 2023 ||
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.
|26 Jun. 2023 ||
NATO Secretary General visits German and Lithuanian troops in Exercise Griffin Storm
Visiting Pabrade, Lithuania, on Monday (26 June 2023), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met German and Lithuanian troops training together in Exercise Griffin Storm. He was joined by President Gitanas Nausėda and German Defence Minister Boris Pistorius.
|20 Jun. 2023 ||
NATO Secretary General visits exercise Air Defender in Germany
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met and thanked personnel participating in exercise Air Defender 2023 together with the German Defence Minister Boris Pistorius at Air Base Jagel in northern Germany on Tuesday (20 June 2023).
|19 Jun. 2023 ||
NATO Deputy Secretary General addresses European Air and Missile Defence Conference
Addressing the European Air and Missile Defence Conference at the Paris Air Show on Monday (19 June 2023), NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană said that further developing air and missile defence in Europe was “a crucial part” of NATO’s work to bolster deterrence and defence. "Integrated Air and Missile Defence will allow us to maintain air superiority in a conflict and better protect our forces, people and critical infrastructure," he said.
|12 Jun. 2023 ||
Germany hosts biggest ever air exercise of NATO forces
Allied air forces began the largest deployment exercise in NATO’s history on Monday (12 June 2023). Twenty-five nations are taking part in the two-week long “Air Defender” exercise, with around 10,000 personnel and 250 aircraft.
|23 Nov. 2022 ||
NATO Allies test air and missile defences in Romania
The French MAMBA surface-based air and missile defence system repelled a simulated air attack by Allied fighter aircraft in an exercise on 23 November.
|13 Oct. 2022 ||
14 NATO Allies and Finland agree to boost European air defence capabilities
Defence Ministers from 14 NATO Allies* and Finland came together in Brussels on Thursday (13 October 2022) to sign a Letter of Intent for the development of a “European Sky Shield Initiative”. Spearheaded by Germany, the initiative aims to create a European air and missile defence system through the common acquisition of air defence equipment and missiles by European nations. This will strengthen NATO’s Integrated Air and Missile Defence.
|21 Oct. 2021 ||
Fifteen Allies deepen cooperation on Ground Based Air Defence
Defence Ministers from 15 NATO Allies reaffirmed their commitment to multinationally develop, acquire and deliver Ground Based Air Defence capabilities, which will protect Allied personnel, equipment and facilities from air based threats. This was done in the margins of the NATO Defence Ministers Meeting on 21 October 2021.
|15 May. 2021 ||
NATO warships start major air and missile defence exercise
Europe’s biggest and most complex air and missile exercise gets underway on Saturday (15 May 2021) with ships and aircraft from across NATO defending against a variety of missiles. Exercise “At-Sea-Demo/Formidable Shield” is held primarily at the Hebrides range off Scotland, and also at the Andoya training site off Norway, involving 15 ships and dozens of aircraft from ten NATO nations.
|12 May. 2021 ||
NATO Deputy Secretary General marks 10th anniversary of key missile defence agreement
NATO on Wednesday (12 May 2021) marked the 10th anniversary of the agreement between Romania and the United States to establish NATO’s land-based ballistic missile defence system in southern Romania.