|22 May. 2019||
I am happy to announce that the next Summit of Allied leaders will take place on 3-4 December 2019 in London to mark NATO’s 70th anniversary. I discussed preparations for the event with Prime Minister Theresa May at 10 Downing Street last week (14 May) and I thanked the United Kingdom for agreeing to host the event.
|6 Feb. 2019||
I am pleased to announce that Allies have agreed that the next meeting of NATO Heads of State and Government will take place in London in December 2019.
|5 Dec. 2017||
On the margins of the meetings of NATO Foreign Ministers NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel unveiled the logo for the July 2018 Brussels Summit.
|20 Oct. 2017||
I am pleased to announce that the next NATO Summit will be held on 11 and 12 July 2018 in Brussels, Belgium.
|30 Mar. 2016||
One hundred days from today, NATO Heads of State and Government will come together in the Polish capital to take decisions to adapt the Alliance to a fundamentally changed security environment. This will ensure NATO is able to respond to the full spectrum of threats from any direction.
|1 Dec. 2015||
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, together with Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski on Tuesday (1 December 2015) unveiled the official logo for the NATO summit in Warsaw which will take place on 8-9 July next year.
|22 May. 2015||
I am happy to announce that the next NATO Summit will take place on 8-9 July, 2016 in Warsaw, Poland.
|25 Jun. 2014||
Modern takes on a Welsh dragon and a Celtic knot – iconic symbols of Wales – feature on the logo for the Alliance’s September Wales Summit which was unveiled in the margins of the NATO foreign ministers meeting on Wednesday (25 June 2014) by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen and British Foreign Secretary William Hague in the presence of David Jones, the British Secretary of State for Wales. “This is a vibrant tapestry that presents strong symbols of Wales in a modern way,” said the Secretary General.
|19 Jun. 2014||
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen meets British Prime Minister David Cameron to prepare Wales Summit
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said the Wales Summit in September “will be one of the most important in NATO’s history." Visiting London on Thursday (19 June) for meetings with Prime Minister David Cameron, Foreign Secretary William Hague and Defence Secretary Philip Hammond, he said it was "fitting that the Summit should take place in the United Kingdom, which plays such a leading role in NATO.”
|15 Nov. 2013||
I am pleased to announce that the next NATO Summit will take place on September 4‑5, 2014. I also welcome the recent announcement by the British Prime Minister David Cameron that the UK will host NATO Heads of State and Government in South Wales.