|30 Jan. 2023||
Secretary General stresses value of NATO’s global partnerships in visit to Republic of KoreaNATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg wrapped up a two-day visit to the Republic of Korea on Monday (30 January 2023) with talks with President Yoon Suk Yeol. The two leaders discussed common security challenges and how to strengthen the Alliance’s partnership with Seoul.
|30 Jan. 2023||
NATO Secretary General addresses students in South Korea: our security is connectedSpeaking on Monday (30 January 2023) at the CHEY Institute for Advanced Studies in Seoul, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg emphasised that ''what happens in Europe matters to the Indo-Pacific, and what happens in Asia matters to NATO. Our security is connected''.
|27 Sep. 2022|
|22 Jul. 2021||
NATO welcomes stronger cooperation with the Republic of KoreaNATO officials welcomed Mr. Kyung-Hyup Kim, Chairman of the Intelligence Committee of the National Assembly of the Republic of Korea, to NATO Headquarters on Thursday (22 July 2021) for talks on common security challenges and NATO’s partnership with Seoul.
|21 Nov. 2019||
NATO and the Republic of Korea sign new partnership programmeNATO and the Republic of Korea signed a new partnership programme on 21 November 2019 that sets the framework for cooperation and political dialogue. Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoana and the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea Kim Hyoung-zhin signed the third Individual Partnership Cooperation Programme (IPCP) at NATO Headquarters in Brussels.
|02 Nov. 2017||
Secretary General stresses value of NATO partnerships in visit to Republic of KoreaNATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg wrapped up a five-day visit to East Asia on Thursday (2 November 2017) with a visit to the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). The Secretary General toured the UN Command in Panmunjom, where he was briefed on the North Korea crisis and met South Korean, US and UN personnel.
|02 Nov. 2017|
|01 Nov. 2017|
|15 Dec. 2016||
NATO Allies and Partners condemn North Korea’s nuclear programmeThe North Atlantic Council on Thursday (15 December 2016) strongly condemned North Korea's continued development of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles and its inflammatory rhetoric, saying North Korea’s actions are breaching relevant UN Security Council resolutions and posing an increasing threat to international peace and security. NATO Allies were joined in session by the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea, Mr. AHN Chong-ghee, and by representatives from Australia, Japan, and New Zealand.
|06 Oct. 2016||
NATO welcomes deepening cooperation with the Republic of KoreaNATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se of the Republic of Korea to NATO Headquarters for the first time on Thursday (6 October 2016). The two leaders discussed how to deepen the Alliance’s partnership with Seoul, their continued commitment to Afghanistan, and shared concerns over North Korea.