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27 May. 2024 240521-coe-jisd.jpg, 32.46KB

Fifth meeting of the Community of Interest of the Intelligence and Security-Related Centres of Excellence

On 21 May 2023 at NATO HQ in Brussels, the Joint Intelligence and Security Division (JISD) hosted an annual meeting with NATO’s 12 intelligence and security-related Centres of Excellence (COEs). The centres form a vibrant expert community of interest alongside NATO’s intelligence and security stakeholders. They meet routinely to discuss areas of common interest and how they can support and learn from each other.
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Logistics Committee discusses how to further strengthen the Alliance’s deterrence and defence posture

The NATO Logistics Committee, NATO's principal high-level body dealing with logistics, met at NATO Headquarters in Brussels on 21-22 May 2024. Allies’ discussions focused on how to implement NATO’s defence plans, which will ensure that NATO can continue to deter and defend by moving forces and equipment to the right place and at the right time.
16 May. 2024 240516-chods-opening.jpg - Opening Remarks of the 191st Military Committee in Chiefs of Defence Session -16 May 2024 - Brussels, 52.91KB

Allied Chiefs of Defence meet with NATO Secretary General

Today, 16 May 2024, NATO’s highest Military Authority, the Military Committee, meets in Chiefs of Defence format at NATO Headquarters in Brussels. The meeting will focus on strengthening the executability of the Alliance’s new defence plans and warfighting transformation to ensure Allies are fully prepared to face current and future threats.
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NATO’s largest series of military medical exercises takes place in Hungary

From 29th of April to 8th May, NATO’s largest series of military medical exercises took place in Bakonykúti Training Area, Hungary. It included 1600 military medical experts, from 27 Allies and a number of partner nations.
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Chair of NATO Military Committee visits Morocco

From 28 to 30 April 2024, the Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer, was in Morocco, marking his third official visit to a Mediterranean Dialogue Partner in the last month. Admiral Bauer was received by the Minister-Delegate for the Administration of National Defence, Mr Abdellatif Loudiyi, and the Inspector General of the Royal Moroccan Armed Forces, Major General Mohammed Berrid. The Chair of the Military Committee met with several other high placed military leaders and briefed the Royal College of High Military Studies in Kenitra on NATO’s global approach to security and its partnerships in the southern neighbourhood.
26 Apr. 2024 240426a-010.jpg - NATO Secretary General in Berlin, 86.86KB

NATO Secretary General in Berlin: Germany makes major contributions to our shared security

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Berlin on Friday (26 April 2024), thanking him for Germany’s leading role in NATO and its support to Ukraine. “Germany makes major contributions to our shared security,” said Mr Stoltenberg.
17 Apr. 2024 240417-ims-tunisia.jpg, 112.73KB

Chair of the Military Committee visits Tunisia

From 14-17 April 2024, the Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer, visited Tunisia, upon the invitation of Minister of Defence Imed Memmich. In Tunis, Admiral Bauer met with the political leadership and military officers and delivered a speech at the War College. He also visited Bizerte Air Base. Tunisia is a long standing Partner, joining the Mediterranean Dialogue almost 30 years ago. The visit of the Chair provided an important opportunity to look in depth at the military cooperation between NATO and Tunisia.
17 Apr. 2024 240417-digital-ocean.jpg - Digital Ocean Industry Symposium, 32.22KB

NATO and industry work together to strengthen maritime surveillance

On 16 - 17 April 2024, more than 200 industry representatives and government officials met at NATO Headquarters to address the most pressing challenges in the maritime domain. They reviewed how industry can better support NATO in the use of emerging and disruptive technologies for operational problems.
05 Apr. 2024 240405-oana-lungescu1.jpg, 29.38KB

Meet Oana Lungescu, the longest-serving and first woman NATO Spokesperson

In 2010, Oana Lungescu became the first woman, first former journalist and first person born in the former Eastern Bloc to take up the position of NATO Spokesperson. Over her 13-year tenure, Oana served two Secretaries General and oversaw the Alliance’s communications at significant milestones in Euro-Atlantic security. But how did Oana’s childhood in communist Romania impact her journey to NATO? What did the fall of the Berlin Wall mean for her? And how has NATO’s relationship with Russia evolved during her tenure?
28 Mar. 2024 240328-cmc-latvia.jpg - Chair of NATO Military Committee visits Latvia, 58.74KB

Chair of the NATO Military Committee visits Latvia on the 20th anniversary of its NATO membership

On 27-29 March 2024, the Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer, visited Latvia upon the invitation of the Chief of Defence, Lieutenant General Leonīds Kalniņš. While in Riga, Admiral Bauer met with the President, Minister of Defence and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Latvia, in order to discuss collective deterrence and defence and the implementation of the decisions taken at the Vilnius summit last year. Admiral Bauer also participated in public events to celebrate Latvia’s NATO 20 year-membership.

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