|08 Dec. 2023 ||
Director General of the NATO International Military Staff: “Vision, agility and adaptability will lead to strategic victory”
From 5 to 8 December 2023, Lieutenant General Janusz Adamczak, Director General of the NATO International Military Staff (DGIMS), participated in Allied Command Transformation’s Allied Warfare Development Conference, hosted and led by General Philippe Lavigne, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT) in Virginia, United States. This annual conference of Flag and General Officers, as well as Senior Civilian decision makers from NATO Nations, is designed to foster interaction and collaboration with NATO’s Allied Command Transformation and other senior NATO leaders involved with warfare development.
|07 Dec. 2023 ||
Secretary General welcomes Luxembourg’s NATO contributions, support to Ukraine
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Prime Minister of Luxembourg, Luc Frieden, in Brussels on Thursday (7 December 2023). Mr Stoltenberg congratulated Prime Minister Frieden on his recent appointment and thanked him for Luxembourg’s contributions to NATO, including its participation in NATO’s multinational battlegroup in Romania.
|07 Dec. 2023 ||
Allied Surgeon Generals discuss the medical support required to strengthen NATO’s collective defence
On 7th December 2023, the Committee of the Chiefs of Military Medical Services (COMEDS) met in Brussels, at the NATO Headquarters. The agenda focussed on the medical implementation of the DDA Family of Plans and the Enablement of SACEUR’s AOR as well as updates on the 2022 Resilience Assessment, the NATO Defence Planning Process (NDPP) and Exercise Steadfast Jupiter 23.
|06 Dec. 2023 ||
Allies discuss threat to critical undersea infrastructure at Seabed Warfare Symposium
On Wednesday 6 December 2023 around one hundred experts from across the Alliance and partner countries gathered at NATO Headquarters in Brussels to discuss national and NATO perspectives on seabed warfare, including how current and future Allied maritime capabilities can effectively protect against the threats to critical undersea infrastructure.
|01 Dec. 2023 ||
NATO’s flagship cyber exercise concludes in Estonia
From 27 November to 1 December, Allied and partner cyber defenders tested their ability to protect networks and critical infrastructure against realistic and complex cyber threats and attacks.
|01 Dec. 2023 ||
Secretary General at COP28: climate change matters for our security, and therefore it matters to NATO
Attending the COP28 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Dubai on Friday (1 December 2023), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg underlined that “climate change matters for our security, and therefore it matters to NATO”. Speaking at a high-level leaders’ event on climate security organised by the COP28 Presidency and the Munich Security Conference, Mr Stoltenberg underlined NATO’s commitment to fight climate change and be a part of the global solution to a global challenge.
|30 Nov. 2023 ||
Ice Ice Navy – Patrolling Greenland on Denmark’s HDMS Triton
The Royal Danish Navy patrols the waters around Greenland year round. A visit to the HDMS Triton reveals what life is like for the crew as they serve in this majestic – and strategically important – Arctic landscape.
|29 Nov. 2023 ||
Five Allies deploy jets to NATO’s eastern flank for air policing
Fighter jets from Belgium, France, Germany, Poland and Türkiye will take up NATO air policing duties on the Alliance’s eastern flank starting in December. The long-scheduled deployments demonstrate NATO Allies’ commitment to support each other and strengthen the Alliance’s collective defence.
|28 Nov. 2023 ||
NATO Foreign Ministers address deterrence and defence, support for Ukraine, and partnerships
On Tuesday (28 November 2023), NATO Foreign Ministers discussed pressing security issues, including NATO’s deterrence and defence, support for Ukraine, and how to work more closely with partner nations. Speaking after the meeting, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that Allies also expressed concern about the war in the Middle East. He welcomed the extension of the pause in hostilities between Israel and Hamas, which has allowed much-needed relief to people in Gaza, the release of more hostages, and the delivery of more humanitarian aid.
|23 Nov. 2023 ||
Chair of the NATO Military Committee visits Czechia
On 21-23 November 2023, the Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer visited Czechia upon invitation of the Chief of General Staff of the Czech Armed Forces, Lieutenant General Karel Řehka. While in Prague, the Chair met with Czechia’s President and Deputy Minister of Defence, as well as with other senior political and military authorities. He also delivered key remarks at the CEVRO Institute, addressing NATO’s response to a new era of Collective Defence.