|26 Nov. 2022 ||
NATO Secretary General at “Grain from Ukraine” Summit: Russia must stop the war, end global food crisis
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addressed the “Grain from Ukraine” Summit on Saturday (26 November 2022), calling on Russia to stop the war and end the global food crisis it has caused. He said: "90 years ago, the Soviet Union’s horrendous Holodomor killed millions of Ukrainians. Today, Russia is using hunger as a weapon of war against Ukraine, and to create division and further instability among the rest of the world."
|17 Nov. 2022 ||
Women, Peace and Security in Professional Military Education
On 15 November 2022, the Canadian Defence Academy, in partnership with the Swedish Defence University and the George C. Marshall Centre, hosted an event at NATO HQ, dedicated to Women, Peace and Security (WPS) in the Professional Military Education. This event was organised under the auspices of the Partnership for Peace Consortium of Defence Academies working group on WPS and co-chaired by Canada and Sweden.
|10 Nov. 2022 ||
NATO Secretary General warns of growing cyber threat
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg spoke today (10 November 2022) at NATO’s 2022 Cyber Defence Pledge conference in Rome.
|09 Nov. 2022 ||
Partners discuss strengthened cooperation in light of new Strategic Concept
On 9 November 2022, representatives from over 30 Partner Nations attended informal workshops at NATO Headquarters in Brussels, to discuss areas of common interest, including crisis prevention and management, cooperative security, counter-terrorism and human security. The Bi-annual Meeting with Partners was hosted by the Cooperative Security Division of the NATO International Military Staff (IMS).
|27 Sep. 2022 ||
NATO Secretary General at EU Parliament: stay the course on Ukraine
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met the group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament, led by their President Iratxe García Pérez on Tuesday (27 September 2022).
|21 Sep. 2022 ||
Rain on the range – Getting muddy with NATO’s multinational battlegroup in Romania
Earlier this year, Allies agreed to enhance NATO’s presence in the east of the Alliance by establishing four new multinational battlegroups in Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia (in addition to the existing battlegroups in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, which have been in place since 2017). Now, Allied troops are training together in these new battlegroups, demonstrating their ability and commitment to working together – come rain or come shine.
|16 Sep. 2022 ||
Chair of the NATO Military Committee praises Estonia for its resilience and digital innovation
From 14 to 16 September 2022, the Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer conducted a country visit to Estonia, ahead of the annual NATO Military Conference that will be held in Tallinn. During his visit, he met with President Alar Karis, Minister of Defence Hanno Pevkur and Chief of Defence Lieutenant General Martin Herem. Admiral Bauer also travelled to Tapa to meet the 1st Infantry Brigade and NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence multinational Battlegroup.
|24 Aug. 2022 ||
NATO Secretary General message on Ukraine’s Independence Day
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg conveyed a video message of support to the people of Ukraine as they mark their Independence Day. Six months after the start of Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine, Mr Stoltenberg said, “Russia’s war in Ukraine is the greatest crisis for Europe’s security since World War Two. The Ukrainian armed forces and the whole Ukrainian people are showing tremendous courage and determination. And, under President Zelenskyy’s leadership, you are an inspiration to the world.”
|14 Jul. 2022 ||
NATO International Military Staff bids farewell to its Director, Lieutenant General Wiermann
Lieutenant General Hans-Werner Wiermann, Director General of the International Military Staff (DGIMS), bids farewell to his staff and the NATO Military Committee on 14 July 2022.
|29 Jun. 2022 ||
NATO leaders approve new Strategic Concept
NATO Heads of State and Government meeting in Madrid on Wednesday (29 June 2022) approved a new Strategic Concept for the Alliance, setting out the Alliance’s priorities, core tasks and approaches for the next decade. The Concept describes the security environment facing the Alliance, reaffirms our values, and spells out NATO’s key purpose of ensuring our collective defence. It further sets out NATO’s three core tasks of deterrence and defence; crisis prevention and management; and cooperative security.