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NATO-Ukraine Commission meets in Kyiv, addresses security in eastern Ukraine

The NATO-Ukraine Commission met in Kyiv on Thursday (31 October 2019) to address the security situation in eastern Ukraine, the country’s reform process, and progress in the NATO-Ukraine partnership. Chairing the meeting, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg underlined the Alliance’s steadfast support for Ukraine. “NATO highly values its partnership with Ukraine,” he said.
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NATO ships test next generation of electronic warfare defences

Thirteen NATO countries are taking part in simulated air and missile defence drills off the United Kingdom’s southern coast from Thursday (31 October 2019). The 6-day Naval Electro Magnetic Operations – or “NEMO” – trials will test how allied navies can defend themselves against anti-ship cruise and hypersonic missiles using state-of-the-art electronic defences.
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Statement of the NATO-Ukraine Commission - Kyiv, 31 October 2019

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Secretary General: NATO is proud to support Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg delivered a keynote speech at Ukraine’s Maritime Academy in Odesa on Wednesday (30 October 2019). Addressing cadets, the Secretary General underlined NATO’s support for the Academy, including with training aboard Allied ships and support on logistics and leadership. “You are the future of this navy, you are the next generation of Ukrainian leaders, and you are also citizens of a free and democratic Ukraine,” he said.
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North Atlantic Council arrives in Odesa, demonstrating NATO’s support for Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and Ambassadors from the North Atlantic Council arrived in Ukraine on Wednesday (30 October 2019) for a two-day visit, demonstrating the Alliance’s continuing support for Ukraine.
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Developing Afghan military faculty

NATO and high-level Afghan faculty from the Marshall Fahim National Defence University (MFNDU) in Kabul recently launched a Master Instructor Programme at the ADA University in Baku, Azerbaijan. The initiative was developed under NATO’s Defence Education Enhancement Programme (DEEP) with Afghanistan.
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Secretary General praises Albania’s strong commitment to NATO

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed President Ilir Meta of Albania to NATO headquarters on Monday (28 October 2019) to discuss preparations for the meeting of Allied Heads of State and Government in London in December. They also addressed NATO’s commitment to the stability and security of the Western Balkans.
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Secretary General welcomes Colombian Foreign Minister to NATO

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Colombian Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo to NATO headquarters on Monday (28 October 2019) for talks on regional security and strengthening the cooperation between Colombia and the Alliance. “Our partnership is good for Colombia and good for NATO,” said the Secretary General. He welcomed that this partnership has grown steadily in recent years.
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Defence Ministers set the stage for meeting of NATO leaders in London

NATO Defence Ministers wrapped up two days of discussions in Brussels on Friday (25 October 2019) to prepare for the meeting of Allied leaders in London. Ministers addressed diverse issues, including the situation in northeast Syria, progress towards fairer burden sharing, NATO missions and operations, and the Alliance’s commitment to Afghanistan.
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Four NATO Allies establish a regional Special Forces command

On Friday (25 October 2019), the Defence Ministers of Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a Regional Special Operations Component Command (R-SOCC). Under the leadership of Hungary, this multinational command will increase the ability of these four nations to effectively employ their special forces.

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