|26 Jan. 2022 ||
NATO conveys written proposals to Russia
In view of Russia’s continuing military build-up in and around Ukraine, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg confirmed on Wednesday (26 January 2022) that NATO has conveyed its written proposals to Russia, in parallel with the United States.
|25 Jan. 2022 ||
Experts discuss Russia’s build-up in and around Ukraine, and implications for Euro-Atlantic Security
On Tuesday 25 January 2022, NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division and the Munich Security Conference co-organised a webinar on the current security crisis caused by Russia’s military build-up in and around Ukraine, under the title: “The Future of Euro-Atlantic Security: The Russia Challenge”.
|24 Jan. 2022 ||
Secretary General discusses Russian military build-up, NATO’s Open Door policy with Finland and Sweden
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the close partnership of Finland and Sweden with NATO on Monday (24 January 2022). He met with Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto of Finland and Foreign Minister Ann Linde of Sweden at NATO Headquarters to discuss the current security situation, including Russia’s continued military build-up in and around Ukraine.
|24 Jan. 2022 ||
NATO Allies send more ships, jets to enhance deterrence and defence in eastern Europe
NATO Allies are putting forces on standby and sending additional ships and fighter jets to NATO deployments in eastern Europe, reinforcing Allied deterrence and defence as Russia continues its military build-up in and around Ukraine.
|18 Jan. 2022 ||
Denmark renews its contribution to NATO's Air Policing in the Baltic region
Denmark is preparing four of its F-16 fighter jets for a new deployment to Lithuania in support of NATO's enhanced Air Policing mission in the Baltic States.
|12 Jan. 2022 ||
NATO-Russia Council meets in Brussels
The NATO-Russia Council, which brings together all 30 NATO Allies and Russia, met in Brussels on Wednesday (12 January 2022) to discuss the situation in and around Ukraine, and the implications for European security.
|07 Jan. 2022 ||
NATO Foreign Ministers address Russia's military build-up in and around Ukraine
NATO Foreign Ministers held an extraordinary virtual meeting on Friday (7 January 2022) to discuss Russia’s continued military build-up in and around Ukraine, and the implications for European security.
|16 Dec. 2021 ||
Statement by the North Atlantic Council on the situation in and around Ukraine
We are gravely concerned by the substantial, unprovoked, and unjustified Russian military build-up on the borders of Ukraine in recent months, and reject the false Russian claims of Ukrainian and NATO provocations. We call on Russia to immediately de-escalate, pursue diplomatic channels, and abide by its international commitments on transparency of military activities.
|25 Nov. 2021 ||
NATO Secretary General and Polish President address Belarus, Russian build-up near Ukraine
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and President Andrzej Duda of Poland met at NATO Headquarters on Thursday (25 November 2021) to address current security challenges.
|19 Nov. 2021 ||
NATO Secretary General discusses Belarus, Russia, with Chancellor Merkel
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is meeting Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Friday (19 November 2021) for talks on current security challenges and further strengthening NATO.