|07 Aug. 2020 ||
NATO boosts scientific cooperation with Ukraine
The long-standing partnership between NATO and Ukraine includes strong scientific cooperation in a variety of domains, such as counter-terrorism, advanced technologies, cyber defence, energy security, and defence against chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear agents. Tailored cooperation and dialogue with Ukraine is deepening, thanks to the country’s new status as an Enhanced Opportunities Partner, since June 2020, in recognition of its contributions to Euro-Atlantic security.
|21 Jul. 2020 ||
Secretary General commends strong cooperation between NATO and Japan
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg spoke by telephone with Japanese Defence Minister Taro Kono on Tuesday (21 July 2020), addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, regional security issues, and ways to further strengthen cooperation between NATO and Japan.
|08 Jul. 2020 ||
Secretary General welcomes Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister to NATO Headquarters
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg held talks on Wednesday (8 July 2020) with Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Integration, Olha Stefanishyna. They discussed the priorities of the new Ukrainian government and the strength of the NATO-Ukraine partnership. The Secretary General welcomed Ukraine’s status as an Enhanced Opportunities Partner, which recognises the country’s contributions to Euro-Atlantic security.
|12 Jun. 2020 ||
NATO recognises Ukraine as Enhanced Opportunities Partner
On Friday (12 June 2020), the North Atlantic Council recognised Ukraine as an Enhanced Opportunities Partner. This status is part of NATO’s Partnership Interoperability Initiative, which aims to maintain and deepen cooperation between Allies and partners that have made significant contributions to NATO-led operations and missions.
|05 May. 2020 ||
NATO Secretary General speaks with Georgian President Salome Zourabishvili
Speaking with the Georgian President Salome Zourabishvili in a teleconference on 5 May 2020, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the COVID-19 pandemic represents an unprecedented challenge to NATO Allies and partners.
|11 Mar. 2020 ||
NATO and Serbia boost cooperation on defence education
On 25 February 2020, Major General Ilija Todorov, Deputy Commandant of the Serbian Joint Forces Command, opened the 4th Multinational Non-Commissioned Officers (NCO) Workshop in Belgrade. The event was hosted by the Republic of Serbia, under the title “Focusing on NCO Professional Military Education (PME) as a tool for development of the NCO corps for the XXI Century.” It was was co-organised by NATO’s Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) and the Partnership for Peace Consortium.
|15 Feb. 2020 ||
NATO Secretary General addresses Munich Security Conference
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg kicked off day two of the Munich Security Conference on Saturday (15 February), speaking about the importance of the relationship between Europe and North America in an era of increased global competition.
|15 Feb. 2020 ||
Secretary General discusses security issues with world leaders in Munich
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg joined other world leaders for talks while at the Munich Security Conference on Friday and Saturday (14-15 February 2020). He had discussions with heads of state and government, ministers, parliamentarians and officials.
|04 Feb. 2020 ||
North Atlantic Council meets with Ukraine Defence Reform Advisory Board
The North Atlantic Council met with members of the Defence Reform Advisory Board of Ukraine on Tuesday (4 February 2020) to exchange views on Ukraine’s reform agenda and current priorities. Established in 2016, the Board provides expertise and recommendations on defence reforms to Ukraine’s leadership.
|29 Jan. 2020 ||
NATO supports continued development of Iraq’s defence education institutions
On 12-14 January 2020, a delegation from Iraq’s National Defence College visited Ukraine’s National Defence University in Kyiv.