|29 Jul. 2022 ||
NATO marks 70 years of scientific and technological research
In 2022, NATO marks 70 years of collaborative scientific and technological research at the service of Alliance defence and security.
|26 Jul. 2022 ||
Deep dive – Under the waves with Croatian Special Forces and US Navy SEALs
NATO Special Operations Forces need to be able to tackle the most complex tasks in the most difficult environments – from scaling the side of a ship while under fire to diving to the depths of the sea. Croatian Special Forces recently tested their maritime skills during a joint exercise with US Navy SEALs in the Adriatic.
|20 Jul. 2022 ||
The Chair of the NATO Military Committee discusses regional security while in Bosnia and Herzegovina
On 19-20 July 2022, the Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer visited Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he met with members of the Presidency, the Minister of Defence, Mr Sifet Podzic and the Chief of Defence, Lieutenant General Senad Mašović. He also visited the Tactical Support Brigade HQ, the Intelligence-Security Agency and the NATO Headquarters Sarajevo.
|18 Jul. 2022 ||
Lieutenant General Adamczak starts his tenure as new Director General of the NATO International Military Staff
On Monday 18 July 2022, the NATO Military Committee welcomed the new Director General of the NATO International Military Staff (DGIMS), Lieutenant General Janusz Adamczak.
|12 Jul. 2022 ||
Deputy Secretary General opens annual NATO Partnerships 360 Symposium
On Tuesday (12 July 2022), NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană opened the annual NATO Partnerships 360 Symposium, a forum bringing together civilian and military representatives from Allied and partner nations to facilitate dialogue on the future of NATO's partnerships policy. In his opening remarks, Mr Geoană highlighted the value of NATO’s partnerships, both for Allies and for the countries and organisations with which NATO cooperates.
|12 Jul. 2022 ||
Some assembly required – NATO Allies and soon-to-be Ally Sweden train to keep Gotland secure
After more than 200 years of military non-alignment, Sweden is in the process of joining NATO and will help strengthen Euro-Atlantic security as a new Ally. During exercise BALTOPS 22, Swedish troops trained with US Marines and other Allied forces on the Swedish island of Gotland in the Baltic Sea.
|01 Jul. 2022 ||
Building on NATO Summit, Chair of Military Committee commends Spain for strong contributions to the Alliance
From 30 June to 1 July 2022, the Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer, stayed in Spain, following the NATO Summit, to meet with His Majesty King Felipe VI, Spanish Minister of Defence, Margarita Robles Fernández, and the Spanish Chief of Defence, Admiral López Calderón. The Chair also visited the NATO Rapid Deployable Corps Spain (NRDC-ESP), where he met with its Commander, Lieutenant General Fernando Garcia-Vaquero, and gave a lecture.
|22 Jun. 2022 ||
NATO Secretary General previews transformative NATO Summit
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg set out his priorities for the upcoming Madrid Summit during a speech on Wednesday (22 June 2022). Speaking at an event organised by Politico, Mr Stoltenberg said: “We will take decisions to strengthen our Alliance, and keep it agile in this more dangerous world.”
|17 Jun. 2022 ||
Chair of the NATO Military Committee travels to Finland
On 17 June 2022, the Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer, visited Finland upon the invitation of the Commander of the Finnish Defence Forces, General Timo Kivinen. Admiral Bauer met with the Finnish President, Mr. Sauli Niinistö, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Pekka Haavisto, and Finland’s Minister of Defence, Mr. Antti Kaikkonen. He also visited the Finnish Navy Command and the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats.
|13 Jun. 2022 ||
NATO Secretary General: “Sweden and Finland’s security matters for NATO”
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg reaffirmed Allied commitment to Swedish and Finnish security during a visit to Sweden on Monday (13 June 2022). Speaking at a press conference with Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson, Mr Stoltenberg underlined that “Sweden and Finland’s security matters for NATO”.