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11 Jul. 2024 240711c-001.jpg - Group photo of the NATO Secretary General, Heads of State and Government with Ukraine, the Indo-Pacific Nations and the President of the United States  - Washington Summit, 106.77KB

Washington Summit: Secretary General underlines NATO’s deepening cooperation with Indo-Pacific and EU partners

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg underlined the “strong and deepening cooperation” between NATO and its Indo-Pacific partners - Australia, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and New Zealand - and the European Union at its Summit in Washington on Thursday (11 July 2024).
11 Jul. 2024 240711a-003.jpg - NATO Secretary General meets with the President of the Republic of Korea - Washington Summit, 104.05KB

NATO and the Republic of Korea sign airworthiness agreement

On Thursday (11 July 2024), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with the President of the Republic of Korea, Yoon Suk Yeol at NATO’s 75th anniversary Summit in Washington DC. They signed an agreement on mutual recognition for military airworthiness certification which ensures the safety and airworthiness of all air assets used by NATO Allied countries and partners. This marks NATO’s first such deal with an Asian country.
30 May. 2024 240530-jeju-forum.jpg, 21.98KB

Secretary General welcomes NATO’s deepening partnerships in the Indo-Pacific region

On Thursday (30 May 2024), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg highlighted the importance of partnerships and global cooperation in a video message to the Jeju Forum for Peace and Prosperity in the Republic of Korea. “The challenges we face are global,” he said, “they require a global response. For this reason, NATO is working ever more closely with partners around the world”.
04 Apr. 2024 240403-nac.jpg - Meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Foreign Ministers’ Session - Meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs, 75.56KB

Foreign Ministers mark NATO’s 75th anniversary, meet with Ukraine, Indo-Pacific partners, European Union

Foreign Ministers concluded two days of talks in Brussels on Thursday (4 April 2024) with a meeting of the NATO-Ukraine Council, and another meeting with Indo-Pacific partners and the European Union. Thursday marked 75 years since NATO’s founding. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the landmark, saying: "since 1949, we have been the strongest and most successful Alliance in history."
03 Apr. 2024 240403-sg-doorstep.jpg, 27.58KB

Foreign Ministers to address Ukraine support, Indo-Pacific partners, southern neighbourhood as NATO marks 75 years

Foreign Ministers are gathering at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday (3 April 2024) for a two-day meeting to mark NATO’s 75th anniversary and to prepare for the upcoming Washington Summit in July.
24 Jan. 2024 240124b-002.jpg - NATO Deputy Secretary General meets with the Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs, 55.71KB

Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs visits NATO Headquarters

Special Representative for Korean Peninsula Peace and Security Affairs Gunn Kim visited NATO Headquarters in Brussels on Wednesday (24 January 2024) to meet with Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană and Assistant Secretary General for Innovation, Hybrid and Cyber, David van Weel.
29 Nov. 2023 231129-mfa-pc.JPG - Press conference by the NATO Secretary General - Meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Brussels, 71.13KB

Secretary General wraps up meeting of Foreign Ministers: “Ukraine is closer to NATO than ever before”

NATO Foreign Ministers concluded two days of meetings in Brussels on Wednesday (29 November 2023), addressing support for Ukraine, preparations for the Washington Summit and pressing security challenges, including in the Western Balkans and NATO’s southern neighbourhood.
28 Nov. 2023 231128b-012.jpg - Meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Foreign Ministers session, together with the Invitee - Meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Brussels, 132.45KB

NATO Foreign Ministers address deterrence and defence, support for Ukraine, and partnerships

On Tuesday (28 November 2023), NATO Foreign Ministers discussed pressing security issues, including NATO’s deterrence and defence, support for Ukraine, and how to work more closely with partner nations. Speaking after the meeting, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that Allies also expressed concern about the war in the Middle East. He welcomed the extension of the pause in hostilities between Israel and Hamas, which has allowed much-needed relief to people in Gaza, the release of more hostages, and the delivery of more humanitarian aid.
22 Nov. 2023 231122-sg-nkorea.jpg, 80.68KB

Statement by the NATO Secretary General on the satellite launch by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

I strongly condemn the launch of a military satellite by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, using ballistic missile technology in violation of multiple U.N. Security Council resolutions. This raises tensions and poses a serious risk to regional and international security.
05 Oct. 2023 231005-genad-indopac.jpg, 85.81KB

Deep Dive Recap: Indo-Pacific and the Gender Perspective

On 5 October 2023, the NATO International Military Staff (IMS) Office of the Gender Advisor convened its second regional Deep Dive session on the Indo-Pacific and the Gender Perspective. The discussion focused on the integration of the Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) agenda into Australia and Japan's respective initiatives, highlighting best practices in terms of their broader regional relations. It also explored how NATO works with its regional partners to promote the Gender Perspective.

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