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New NATO Building Integrity in Operations Handbook

The Building Integrity (BI) toolkit now has a practical and effective learning tool – the “BI in Operations Handbook”. Its aim is to raise awareness of corruption risks and their impact on mission success, and to enhance professionalism and effectiveness across NATO and relevant national structures.
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Secretary General launches NATO 2030 to make our strong Alliance even stronger

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg today (Monday 8 June) launched his outline for NATO 2030 in an online conversation with the Atlantic Council and the German Marshall Fund of the United States. “This is an opportunity to reflect on where we see our Alliance ten years from now, and how it will continue to keep us safe in a more uncertain world” the Secretary General said.
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NATO navies and air forces exercise in the Baltic Sea

Around 3,000 personnel from 19 NATO Allies and partners are taking part in the annual BALTOPS naval exercise that kicked off in the Baltic Sea on Sunday (7 June 2020). The 49th BALTOPS exercise, which runs until 16 June, involves maritime and air forces with around 30 ships and submarines, and 30 aircraft. The training includes air defence, anti-submarine warfare, maritime interdiction and mine countermeasure operations.
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NATO Secretary General addresses Foreign Ministers of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg addressed Foreign Ministers of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS on Thursday (4 June 2020), at a meeting co-chaired by Italy and the United States and held via video-conference.
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Meet Flight Lieutenant Quentin, a French fighter pilot protecting the Baltic skies

Flight Lieutenant Quentin is a fighter pilot with the French Air Force. Operating out of Amari base in Estonia, he safeguards the airspace of the Baltic countries 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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Statement by the North Atlantic Council concerning malicious cyber activities

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Ambassador Stefano Pontecorvo assumes the role of the new NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan

Today (1 June 2020), Ambassador Stefano Pontecorvo of Italy takes up his role as the NATO Senior Civilian Representative in Afghanistan. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said: “Ambassador Pontecorvo brings a long-standing diplomatic experience, including on Afghanistan and the broad regional context. I look forward to working closely with him at this critical juncture for Afghanistan’s future.”
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Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy, Baiba Braže joins a webinar on Resilience and Foresight

Today (29 May 2020), ASG Baiba Braže joined a webinar on ‘Resilience and Foresight – the World after the Pandemic’ organised by the Aspen Institute Romania in partnership with the German Marshall Fund office in Bucharest. She discussed the issue of resilience together with the Vice President for Inter-Institutional Relations and Foresight at the European Commission, Ambassador Maroš Šefčovič.
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Coronavirus response: Poland distributes medical aid across the Western Balkans

Poland dispatched nearly 70 tonnes of medical supplies to Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo and Serbia this week, helping them respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. This aid includes more than 10,000 litres of disinfectant and 100,000 face masks for each recipient. A convoy of seven State Fire Service vehicles set off from Warsaw on Tuesday to transport the supplies.
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Coronavirus response: SALIS brings more than 300 tonnes of medical supplies to Germany

The NATO-supported Strategic Airlift International Solution (SALIS) has airlifted more than 300 tonnes of vital supplies needed during the COVID-19 pandemic to Germany over the past two months. Germany has carried out six missions since the beginning of the crisis using SALIS capabilities, with the most recent deliveries on 30 April, 13 May, 15 May and 16 May 2020.

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