|12 Jul. 2023 ||
Secretary General concludes historic NATO Summit in Vilnius
Wrapping up the Summit in Vilnius on Wednesday (12 July 2023), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed that NATO leaders took major decisions to adapt the Alliance for the future. Allies agreed NATO’s most detailed and robust defence plans since the Cold War, strengthened their commitment to defence investment, agreed to bring Ukraine closer to NATO, and deepened partnerships around the world.
|11 Jul. 2023 ||
NATO Secretary General: Vilnius Summit has already made history on Sweden, will take key decisions on Ukraine, deterrence and defence
Speaking at the start of a two-day NATO Summit in Vilnius on Tuesday (11 July 2023), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s agreement to forward the accession protocol for Sweden to the Grand National Assembly as soon as possible, calling this an historic decision which is “good for Sweden, good for Türkiye, and good for the whole Alliance.”
|11 Jul. 2023 ||
NATO agrees strong package for Ukraine, boosts deterrence and defence
In their first working session at the Vilnius Summit on Tuesday (11 July 2023), Allies took decisions to bring Ukraine closer to NATO, and reinforce the Alliance’s collective deterrence and defence.
|01 Jun. 2023 ||
Foreign Ministers address Vilnius Summit preparations, bringing Ukraine closer to NATO
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg concluded an informal meeting of Foreign Ministers in Oslo, Norway, on Thursday (1 June 2023), calling it an ''opportunity to discuss key issues as we prepare for our summit in Vilnius in July.''
|09 Nov. 2022 ||
NATO Secretary General announces dates for 2023 Vilnius Summit
I am pleased to announce that the next meeting of NATO Heads of State and Government will take place in Vilnius on 11-12 July 2023.
|30 Jun. 2022 ||
Madrid Summit ends with far-reaching decisions to transform NATO
The NATO Summit in Madrid drew to a close on Thursday (30 June 2022) with decisions to transform and strengthen the Alliance. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said: “The decisions we have taken in Madrid will ensure that our Alliance continues to preserve peace, prevent conflict, and protect our people and our values. Europe and North America, standing together in NATO.”
|29 Jun. 2022 ||
NATO agrees new Strategic Concept, strengthened deterrence and defence, more support for Ukraine, invites for Finland and Sweden
NATO leaders took far-reaching decisions to continue adapting the Alliance in the first working session at the Madrid Summit on Wednesday (29 June 2022). Allies endorsed NATO's new Strategic Concept, the blueprint for the Alliance in a more dangerous and competitive world. They also decided a ''fundamental shift in our deterrence and defence'', underpinned by increased defence investment and common funding, as well as more support to Ukraine for the longer term.
|24 Mar. 2022 ||
The NATO leaders will address the need for a reset of Allied deterrence and defence
Arriving at the extraordinary NATO Summit on Thursday (24 March 2022), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the NATO leaders will address the most serious security crisis in a generation as they meet today at NATO Headquarters.
|24 Mar. 2022 ||
Allies stand strong together in NATO in the face of the biggest security threat in a generation
At an extraordinary Summit in Brussels today (24 March 2022), Allied leaders agreed to reset NATO’s longer-term deterrence and defence posture across all domains, land, sea, air, cyber and space. This reflects the new security reality resulting from President Putin’s brutal and unprovoked war on Ukraine.
|15 Mar. 2022 ||
Secretary General announces extraordinary NATO Summit
I have convened an extraordinary meeting of Allied Heads of State and Government on 24 March 2022 at NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium.