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NATO Secretary General wraps up visit to Canada

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg wrapped up a three-day visit focused on Canada’s High North on Friday (26 August 2022) with a visit to the Royal Canadian Air Force base in Cold Lake.
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NATO Secretary General travels to the Canadian Arctic

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is travelling to the Canadian Arctic on Thursday (25 August 2022) as part of a three-day visit hosted by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and accompanied by Foreign Minister Mélanie Joly, Defence Minister Anita Anand, Northern Affairs Minister Dan Vandal, and Chief of the Defence Staff Gen. Wayne Eyre. The Secretary General’s visit serves to underline the High North’s strategic importance for Euro-Atlantic security, especially in the context of a rapidly warming climate and rising geostrategic competition. The trip marks the first time a NATO Secretary General has visited Canada's Arctic.
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NATO headquarters a hive of activity after another successful honey harvest

Since April 2020 NATO Headquarters has been home to a number of beehives as part of a wider ‘greening’ initiative. Beginning with two hives, this has now doubled to four due to the success of the honey production.
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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.”
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Chair of the NATO Military Committee marks Ukraine’s Independence Day

The Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Admiral Rob Bauer honoured the courage and sacrifice of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in a video message to mark Ukraine’s Independence Day. He saluted the men and uniform who “have fundamentally changed modern warfare and outmaneuver their opponent time and time again. Ukraine can win this war and emerge victorious from the quagmire. Slava Ukraini!”
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Secretary General stresses NATO long-term support for Ukraine at Crimea Platform

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg participated with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and other world leaders in the online Summit of the International Crimea Platform on Tuesday (23 August 2022). He detailed the strong support that NATO and Allies are providing Ukraine.
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NATO executes complex multinational exercise over Slovakia

Allied fighters, bombers and support aircraft conducted a large-scale, complex, multinational exercise over NATO's Eastern flank, on 22 August 2022.
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NATO Secretary General meets with President Aleksandar Vučić of Serbia

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with President Aleksandar Vučić of Serbia at NATO Headquarters on Wednesday (17 August 2022), saying he welcomed the opportunity to continue discussions on recent tensions in northern Kosovo. While noting that the situation on the ground has improved, Mr Stoltenberg called on all sides “to show restraint and to avoid violence”.
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NATO Secretary General meets with Albin Kurti of Kosovo

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Albin Kurti of Kosovo at NATO Headquarters on Wednesday (17 August 2022). In a joint press conference, the Secretary General welcomed the recent easing of tensions in the north of Kosovo and urged all parties to “act with restraint and avoid unhelpful rhetoric”.
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Danish Air Force begins NATO air policing in Iceland

Danish F-16s will begin flying air policing sorties from Keflavik Air Base on Wednesday (17 August 2022), as part of NATO’s continuing mission to keep Icelandic airspace safe and secure.

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