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29 May. 2024 240529-transport-finland.jpg, 26.80KB

NATO Transport Group meets in Finland to discuss enhancing transport resilience

Delegates from Allied nations met in Tampere, Finland from 21 to 24 May 2024 to discuss enhancing resilience through civil preparedness – key to NATO’s deterrence and defence.
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NATO holds first meeting of Critical Undersea Infrastructure Network

Leading experts from across the Alliance met at NATO Headquarters on Thursday (23 May 2024) for the first meeting of NATO’s new Critical Undersea Infrastructure Network. With rising challenges to undersea infrastructure, the Alliance is putting in place new tools to enhance the security of undersea cables and pipelines and to monitor potential threats.
17 Apr. 2024 240417-digital-ocean.jpg - Digital Ocean Industry Symposium, 32.22KB

NATO and industry work together to strengthen maritime surveillance

On 16 - 17 April 2024, more than 200 industry representatives and government officials met at NATO Headquarters to address the most pressing challenges in the maritime domain. They reviewed how industry can better support NATO in the use of emerging and disruptive technologies for operational problems.
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NATO and Moldova strengthen energy resilience against cyber and hybrid threats

Experts from NATO and the Republic of Moldova have been working together to enhance the resilience of the country’s critical energy infrastructure against cyber and hybrid threats.
13 Feb. 2024 240213-eu-market.jpg - European Commissioner for the Internal Market visits NATO Headquarters, 77.46KB

NATO Allies discuss the importance of boosting defence industrial capacity with European Commissioner Thierry Breton

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the European Commissioner for the Internal Market, Thierry Breton, to the NATO Headquarters on Tuesday (13 February 2024). Mr Stoltenberg emphasised the importance of NATO-EU cooperation to address shared priorities, including boosting defence production and ensuring long-term support to Ukraine.
02 Feb. 2024 240130b-002.jpg - Annual NATO Roundtable on Climate Change and Security, 56.65KB

NATO hosts annual roundtable on climate change and security

On 30 January 2024, NATO hosted its annual Climate Change and Security Roundtable in Brussels. This event brought together government representatives from NATO member and partner countries, as well as renowned climate change experts and scientists to discuss the latest developments in our understanding of the impact of climate change on security.
16 Jan. 2024 240116a-020.jpg - NATO Secretary General attends the World Economic Forum in Davos, 87.43KB

NATO Secretary General at World Economic Forum: “support for Ukraine is not charity; it’s an investment in our own security”

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg participated in the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland on Tuesday (16 January 2024), underlining the importance of continued support to Ukraine.
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NATO hosts first joint meeting of senior military and civilian representatives from the medical sector

On Thursday (7 December 2023), the Committee of the Chiefs of Military Medical Services (COMEDS) met with senior officials from national health authorities under the auspices of NATO’s Joint Health Group (JHG) to discuss the evolving requirements for medical support in the context of a changing strategic environment.
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Allies discuss threat to critical undersea infrastructure at Seabed Warfare Symposium

On Wednesday 6 December 2023 around one hundred experts from across the Alliance and partner countries gathered at NATO Headquarters in Brussels to discuss national and NATO perspectives on seabed warfare, including how current and future Allied maritime capabilities can effectively protect against the threats to critical undersea infrastructure.
01 Dec. 2023 231201a-003.jpg - NATO Secretary General at the UN Climate Change Conference , 47.62KB

Secretary General at COP28: climate change matters for our security, and therefore it matters to NATO

Attending the COP28 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Dubai on Friday (1 December 2023), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg underlined that “climate change matters for our security, and therefore it matters to NATO”. Speaking at a high-level leaders’ event on climate security organised by the COP28 Presidency and the Munich Security Conference, Mr Stoltenberg underlined NATO’s commitment to fight climate change and be a part of the global solution to a global challenge.

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