|02 Oct. 2019 ||
NATO Secretary General: Latvia is a valued Ally
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Latvian Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš on Wednesday (2 October 2019) for talks on the Alliance’s adaptation ahead of the meeting of NATO leaders in London. The Secretary General praised Latvia for its contributions to regional exercises and NATO’s mission in Afghanistan.
|01 Oct. 2019 ||
NATO ambassadors and military leaders meet to discuss disruptive technologies
General André Lanata, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, today (Tuesday 1 October) hosted a discussion by the members of the North Atlantic Council and the NATO Military Committee on the impact of disruptive technologies on our future security.
|30 Sep. 2019 ||
NATO Deputy Secretary General visits Berlin
NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller wrapped up a two-day visit to Germany on Friday (27 September 2019). She addressed Germany’s contributions to NATO missions and operations, and fairer burden-sharing with German members of Parliament. The meeting was arranged at the invitation of the Foreign Policy Chairpersons of the Parliamentary Groups of CDU/CSU and SPD. During her visit, she also had meetings with high level officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Defence.
|27 Sep. 2019 ||
Over 3000 troops begin exercise Silver Arrow in Latvia
Over 3,000 troops and 200 vehicles from 12 NATO Allies¹ are taking part in exercise Silver Arrow in Latvia this week. The multinational exercise, which wraps up on 3 October, provides an opportunity for forces to enhance their readiness, and train with one of four NATO battlegroups in the region.
|26 Sep. 2019 ||
Secretary General at Columbia University: NATO is essential to our security in a changing world
The NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, addressed faculty and students at Columbia University in New York today (Thursday 26 September). He spoke of how our democratic values are under pressure as a shifting global balance of power and new disruptive technologies increase instability around the world. A strong and united NATO remains the best way to protect our open, democratic societies.
|26 Sep. 2019 ||
The Chairman of NATO Military Committee visits Bulgaria
The Chairman of NATO’s Military Committee Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach travelled to Bulgaria from 23-24 September. During his visit, he met with Prime Minister Mr. Boykov Borisov, Vice President Iliana Iotova, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Petko Doykov, Deputy Minister of Defence Mr. Atanas Zaprianov and Chief of Defence Lieutenant General Andrey Botsev.
|26 Sep. 2019 ||
NATO co-funded demilitarization facility re-opens in Serbia
On Wednesday (25 September 2019), dozens of officials from Serbia, donor countries and NATO gathered in the Serbian town of Kragujevac to mark the reopening and expansion of the country’s main demilitarization facility. The refurbished facility will help speed up the destruction of around 1,300 tons of old bullets, mortars, rockets and missiles from Serbian stockpiles, making Serbia and the region safer.
|24 Sep. 2019 ||
NATO Secretary General joins world leaders for UN General Assembly
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg joined world leaders in New York on Monday (23 September 2019) to attend the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
|21 Sep. 2019 ||
Secretary General marks 75th anniversary of Operation Market Garden
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg took part in a ceremony near Arnhem in the Netherlands on Saturday (21 September 2019) to commemorate the 75th anniversary of Operation Market Garden – the allied operation in World War II to liberate the Netherlands.
|20 Sep. 2019 ||
Deputy Secretary General in Dublin: NATO is committed to partnership with Ireland
NATO Deputy Secretary General Rose Gottemoeller welcomed the Alliance’s partnership with Ireland in a visit to Dublin on Friday (20 September 2019). Meeting with Secretary General of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Niall Burgess, the Deputy Secretary General praised Ireland’s contributions to international peace and security, including through its contributions to UN and EU peacekeeping operations, as well as the NATO-led peacekeeping force in Kosovo. While stressing NATO’s firm respect for Ireland’s military neutrality, she praised the country’s cooperation with NATO, which benefits both NATO and Ireland in today’s challenging security environment.