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17 Jun. 2024 240617a-015.jpg - NATO Secretary General visits the United States, 128.62KB

Secretary General in Washington: NATO makes America stronger

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with U.S. President Joe Biden at the White House in Washington D.C. on Monday (17 June 2024), announcing new defence spending figures and outlining priorities for the upcoming NATO Summit.
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Defence Expenditure of NATO Countries (2014-2024)

NATO collects defence expenditure data from Allies and publishes it on a regular basis. Each Ally’s Ministry of Defence reports current and estimated future defence expenditure according to an agreed definition. The amounts represent payments by a national government that have been or will be made during the course of the fiscal year to meet the needs of its armed forces, those of Allies or of the Alliance. In the figures and tables that follow, NATO also uses economic and demographic information available from the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission (DG ECFIN) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
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NATO Defence Ministers agree plan to lead coordination of security assistance and training for Ukraine, address deterrence and defence

NATO Defence Ministers concluded a two-day meeting on Friday (14 June 2024) to prepare the Washington Summit in July. They discussed strengthening NATO’s deterrence and defence and support for Ukraine.
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NATO Allies strengthen protection of Allied skies

Two initiatives were signed in the margins of this week’s meeting of NATO Defence Ministers, strengthening Allies’ ability to train aircrews and to collaborate with civil aviation authorities on air space usage.
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NATO Secretary General: “the longer we commit, the sooner Ukraine can have peace”

Defence Ministers met in Brussels on Thursday (13 June 2024) to finalise preparations for NATO’s Washington Summit and discuss support for Ukraine.
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Ukrainian NGO ‘Arm Women Now’ exhibit on display at NATO HQ

A Ukrainian NGO – “Arm Women Now” – is pioneering the manufacturing of female-specific uniforms, body armour and other non-lethal equipment. An exhibit showcasing its work and the importance of military adaptation to gender specifics is on display at NATO Headquarters. Ensuring that servicewomen can operate in the safest possible conditions includes providing them with equipment and uniforms tailored to their needs. Russia’s war against Ukraine has brought increased attention to the risk posed to combat effectiveness and the lives of women from inadequate military equipment.
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First meeting of NATO climate change envoys to address impacts on security

On Tuesday (11 June 2024), climate change envoys and representatives of 23 Allied countries met for the first time in Reykjavik, Iceland, to discuss how to further enhance cooperation in understanding and adapting to the impact of climate change on security.
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Defence Ministers prepare for Washington Summit, by strengthening defences and bolstering support for Ukraine

On Wednesday (12 June 2024) Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg outlined the priorities for the meeting of NATO Defence Ministers on Thursday and Friday (13 and 14 June 2024).
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NATO Secretary General meets Hungarian Prime Minister in Budapest

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán in Budapest on Wednesday (12 June 2024) to discuss preparations for the Washington Summit.
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Meet Lieutenant General Ferenc Kajári, the first Hungarian KFOR commander

Lieutenant General Ferenc Kajári understands the value of NATO better than most people. Two years ago, he led the Kosovo Force (KFOR), a NATO-led peace-support operation aimed to maintain peace and stability in Kosovo. Earlier in his career, in 1996, he was deployed to NATO’s peacekeeping mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He also contributed to Hungary’s accession to NATO in 1999. What was it like to live through these historical milestones? And what were his main goals when commanding the Alliance’s longest-standing mission, which is marking its 25th anniversary in 2024?

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