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NATO Secretary General convenes top Alliance procurement officials

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg convened an extraordinary meeting of the Conference of National Armaments Directors (CNAD) on Tuesday (27 September 2022) at NATO Headquarters. The meeting focused on the implications of Russia’s war against Ukraine, including on Allies’ capabilities and munitions stockpiles.
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Statement by the North Atlantic Council on the so-called “referenda” in parts of Ukraine

The NATO Invitees associate themselves with this statement.
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NATO Secretary General and U.S. Secretary of State address NATO’s strong response to Russia’s war on Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken to NATO Headquarters on Friday (9 September 2022) for a meeting of the North Atlantic Council to address Russia’s brutal war on Ukraine. Mr Stoltenberg highlighted the unprecedented military, financial and humanitarian aid from NATO Allies to help Ukraine uphold its right to self-defence.
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NATO Secretary General highlights need for more support to Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg participated in a meeting of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, on Thursday (8 September 2022). The Secretary General underscored the need for more military aid to be sent to Ukraine to enable it to uphold its right to self-defence. He welcomed that NATO Allies continue to step up with more military, financial and humanitarian support for Ukraine.
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First German NATO brigade troops arrive in Lithuania

Around a hundred German soldiers arrived in Lithuania on Sunday (4 September 2022), part of NATO’s increased presence on the Alliance’s eastern flank following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
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NATO Secretary General message on Ukraine’s Independence Day

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg conveyed a video message of support to the people of Ukraine as they mark their Independence Day. Six months after the start of Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine, Mr Stoltenberg said, “Russia’s war in Ukraine is the greatest crisis for Europe’s security since World War Two. The Ukrainian armed forces and the whole Ukrainian people are showing tremendous courage and determination. And, under President Zelenskyy’s leadership, you are an inspiration to the world.”
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Secretary General stresses NATO long-term support for Ukraine at Crimea Platform

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg participated with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and other world leaders in the online Summit of the International Crimea Platform on Tuesday (23 August 2022). He detailed the strong support that NATO and Allies are providing Ukraine.
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Russian War Crimes House exhibition opens in NATO

NATO Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy, Ambassador Baiba Braže, today (6 July 2022) opened the “Russian War Crimes House” exhibition at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels.
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Secretary General: NATO to agree “fundamental shift” in defence posture

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Monday (27 June 2022) said NATO leaders meeting in Madrid this week are set to sign off on key decisions, including a new Strategic Concept, a major strengthening of NATO’s deterrence and defence and greater support to Ukraine.
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NATO’s Deputy Secretary General: NATO support for Ukraine is for the long-term

On Monday (27 June 2022), in a pre-recorded video message at the Kyiv Security Forum, NATO’s Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoana reaffirmed NATO’s continued solidarity and support for Ukraine against Russia’s unprovoked war.

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