|07 Oct. 2020 ||
NATO Secretary General highlights the importance of resilience
Today (7 October 2020), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg spoke about the importance of technology and resilience at the yearly Global Security Bratislava Forum. The forum was held as a virtual event.
|28 Sep. 2020 ||
Secretary General: NATO must help to curb climate change
In a keynote speech on Monday (28 September 2020), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called for the Alliance to take further action to address the threat of climate change. Speaking to students from 10 universities across the Alliance, he said: “NATO’s core task is to keep us all safe. Climate change is making the world more unsafe. So to fulfil our main responsibility, NATO must help to curb climate change.”
|21 Sep. 2020 ||
Secretary General stresses the importance of engaging with the young people for NATO’s future
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg delivered an online keynote speech on “Mapping the New Transatlantic Decade” at the 12th annual Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) Forum on Monday (21 September 2020). The Secretary General highlighted his three priorities for NATO 2030 reflection process, namely keeping NATO strong militarily, making NATO stronger politically, and ensuring a more global approach for NATO. The Secretary General emphasized that NATO 2030 is about the future of the Alliance. He underscored his determination to take the ideas and concerns of the young people into account and the importance of engaging with them to discuss the new challenges that NATO is facing.
|30 Jun. 2020 ||
NATO Secretary General underlines the need for NATO to take a more global approach
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addressed an online event of the German Institute for Global and Area studies (GIGA) on Tuesday (30 June 2020). Speaking about “The Geopolitical Implications of COVID-19”, the Secretary General called for a global approach to address the security challenges we face. He stressed NATO 2030 was recently launched to reflect on where we see our Alliance ten years from now and how it will continue to keep us safe.
|08 Jun. 2020 ||
Secretary General launches NATO 2030 to make our strong Alliance even stronger
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg today (Monday 8 June 2020) launched his outline for NATO 2030 in an online conversation with the Atlantic Council and the German Marshall Fund of the United States. “This is an opportunity to reflect on where we see our Alliance ten years from now, and how it will continue to keep us safe in a more uncertain world,” the Secretary General said.
|08 Apr. 2020 ||
NATO reflection process: Secretary General’s first meeting with the group of experts
Today (08 April 2020), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg held his first meeting with the group of experts supporting his work on a reflection process to further strengthen NATO’s political dimension. The meeting, held by video-conference, was an opportunity for the Secretary General and the experts to exchange initial views on their work for the coming weeks and months. The group, co-chaired by Thomas de Maizière and Wess Mitchell, is scheduled to meet by video-conference with the North Atlantic Council on 22 April 2020.
|31 Mar. 2020 ||
Secretary General appoints group as part of NATO reflection process
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg announced the appointment of a group of experts on Tuesday (31 March 2020) to support his work in a reflection process to further strengthen NATO’s political dimension. The group of five men and five women will be co-chaired by Thomas de Maizière and Wess Mitchell, and will report to the Secretary General.
|04 Dec. 2019 ||
Secretary General: as the world changes, NATO will continue to change
The NATO leaders’ meeting marking the 70th anniversary of the Alliance wrapped up in London on Wednesday (4 December 2019). After the working session, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said: “Our meeting has once again demonstrated that NATO remains the only place where Europe and North America discuss, decide and act every day together on strategic issues that concern our shared security”.