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NATO Deputy Secretary General stresses the importance of strengthening resilience

Today, (17 June 2021) NATO Deputy Secretary Mircea Geoana, speaking at the 16th edition of the GLOBSEC 2021 event, outlined the decisions taken at this week’s NATO Summit to further boost resilience. The Deputy Secretary General said that at the Summit, 30 Allied leaders reconfirmed NATO as the prime platform for transatlantic dialogue and political convergence on everything related to security, including resilience.
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Deputy Secretary General highlights NATO’s role in protecting democratic values

Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană underlined NATO’s important role in protecting democratic values in a panel discussion at the German Marshall Fund’s Brussels Forum on Thursday (17 June 2021).
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Industry conference focuses on enhancing NATO’s resilience through stronger partnerships

Just days after the NATO Summit in Brussels, NATO’s Deputy Secretary General, Mr. Mircea Geoană, will participate alongside other NATO officials in the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) from 16 to 17 June for “NITEC Connect”.
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Deputy Secretary General: NATO Summit was “historic moment”

In a 16 June 2021 virtual appearance at the spring gathering of NATO’s Consultation, Command and Control Board, NATO Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoana said the NATO Summit was a “historic moment for the Alliance”.
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NSPA to support Takuba Task Force in Mali (Story by NATO Support and Procurement Agency)

LUXEMBOURG – The NATO Support and Procurement Organisation (NSPO) has signed a Framework Technical Arrangement with the Ministry of Armed Forces of the French Republic for the provision of services in Mali (Africa), in support of the Takuba Task Force. The support provision includes food and base services, engineering services, infrastructure maintenance, fuel services and intra-theatre air and ground transportation.
14 Jun. 2021

Brussels Summit Communiqué issued by the Heads of State and Government participating in the meeting of the North Atlantic Council in Brussels 14 June 2021

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Leaders agree NATO 2030 agenda to strengthen the Alliance

The NATO Summit in Brussels wrapped up on Monday (14 June 2021), with leaders taking important decisions to chart the Alliance’s course over the next decade and beyond.
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NATO Secretary General: Summit comes at “pivotal moment” for Alliance

Arriving at the NATO Summit on Monday (14 June 2021), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that the meeting would be a pivotal moment for the Alliance and a time to “open a new chapter in our transatlantic relations.” Mr Stoltenberg laid out a full agenda for the meeting, including NATO’s relations with Russia, which he said were “at its lowest point since the Cold War because of Russia’s pattern of aggressive behaviour”, as well as China, which offers opportunities but “also poses some challenges to our security”.
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NATO and Luxembourg boost Alliance Space Situational Awareness

Supported by Luxembourg, NATO plans to develop a Space Situational Awareness Capability that will provide NATO Headquarters with a clearer situational awareness of space.
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Leaders arrive for NATO Summit, view NATO 2030 display

The leaders of NATO’s 30 member countries arrived at NATO Headquarters in Brussels on Monday (14 June 2021) to participate in the NATO Summit. They took part in a welcome ceremony featuring a multimedia tower display. The display showed visualisations illustrating NATO’s future adaptation through the NATO 2030 agenda.

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