|25 May. 2022 ||
Luxembourg to bolster NATO’s future surveillance capability development
On 25 May 2022, Luxembourg declared its intent to provide around 5M EUR between 2023 and 2025 to help accelerate the development of NATO’s first multi-domain surveillance capability, known as the Alliance Future Surveillance and Control (AFSC) initiative.
|22 Apr. 2022 ||
NATO, Allied and partner Military Representatives attend the 2022 Invictus Games
On Tuesday (19 April 2022), the Deputy Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Lieutenant General Lance Landrum, and military representatives from several Allied and partner nations attended the 2022 Invictus Games in The Hague, the Netherlands. Founded in 2014 by Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, this annual multi-sport competition is open to servicemen and women who have suffered life-changing injuries whilst serving their country.
|04 Oct. 2021 ||
NATO Deputy Secretary General visits Luxembourg
On Monday (04 October 2021), NATO’s Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană travelled to Luxembourg and met with Deputy Prime Minister/Minister of Defence François Bausch and Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean Asselborn.
|12 Aug. 2021 ||
NATO Allies stand together against wildfires
Albania, Greece, North Macedonia and Turkey have received support from their NATO Allies in dealing with devastating wildfires faced since July. The assistance provided included the delivery of ground and air assets most needed to help contain the spread of the fires.
|16 Jun. 2021 ||
NSPA to support Takuba Task Force in Mali (Story by NATO Support and Procurement Agency)
LUXEMBOURG – The NATO Support and Procurement Organisation (NSPO) has signed a Framework Technical Arrangement with the Ministry of Armed Forces of the French Republic for the provision of services in Mali (Africa), in support of the Takuba Task Force. The support provision includes food and base services, engineering services, infrastructure maintenance, fuel services and intra-theatre air and ground transportation.
|30 Oct. 2020 ||
NATO delivers ventilators to North Macedonia
NATO delivered 60 ventilators to Skopje on Friday, 30 October, as part of the Alliance’s support to Allies to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic. The donation was coordinated by NATO’s Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC) in response to a request from North Macedonia.
|27 Oct. 2020 ||
NATO delivers ventilators to the Czech Republic
The Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic received 60 ventilators from the NATO stockpile in response to the COVID-19 pandemic on Tuesday, 27 October 2020. The donation was coordinated by NATO’s Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC). The ventilators will be distributed by the Health Ministry’s Crisis Preparedness Department to hospitals in the country.
|19 Aug. 2020 ||
NATO resumes helping Ukraine destroy obsolete ammunition
A NATO-funded project to dispose of old and dangerous ammunition in Ukraine has just resumed, following an interruption earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Measures have been put in place to ensure that this important work continues in a safe manner. With the restart of activities, some 1,500 tons of unserviceable munitions are expected to be destroyed and safely disposed by the end of 2020. Since 2011, the NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) has contributed to the safe elimination of around 30,000 tons of ammunition and 2.4 million antipersonnel landmines. The project is part of the “Demilitarization” Trust Fund, one of the ten NATO trust funds supporting Ukraine.
|27 May. 2020 ||
Coronavirus response: Allies and partners join efforts to increase testing capacity of NATO-led mission in Afghanistan
Protecting our service members and civilians deployed with NATO-led missions remains paramount. In response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, troops operating as part of the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission continue to apply preventative measures in accordance with the World Health Organization guidelines, including hand-washing, social distancing, wearing facemasks and avoiding large gatherings.
|15 May. 2020 ||
Multinational aircraft tanker fleet to mark milestone
The first two A-330 tanker aircraft purchased by the NATO Support and Procurement Agency are set to arrive in the Netherlands in June. Under the multilateral multi-role tanker transporter programme, six NATO countries will jointly own and operate eight Airbus A-330s, sharing flying hours and costs. The new multinational tanker fleet will substantially enhance European air-to-air refueling capabilities, but also support tasks such as medical evacuation and the transport of people and cargo. The programme is managed by the NATO Support and Procurement Agency.