|18 Feb. 2024
Secretary General wraps up Munich Security Conference stressing importance of NATO unity, support to Ukraine
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg wrapped up three days of talks at the Munich Security Conference on Sunday (18 February 2024), underlining that the world has become more dangerous but that NATO has become stronger.
|16 Feb. 2024
NATO Secretary General “saddened and concerned” by reports of Alexei Navalny’s death
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Friday (16 February 2024) said he was "deeply saddened and concerned" by reports about the death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. "All the facts have to be established and Russia has serious questions to answer", Mr Stoltenberg said arriving at the Munich Security Conference. "We remain committed to support everyone that believes in democracy and freedom as Alexei Navalny has done for so many years."
|07 Nov. 2023
North Atlantic Council statement on the Allied response to Russia's withdrawal from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe
The NATO Invitee associates itself with this Statement
|28 Sep. 2023
NATO nuclear experts discuss global challenges in Lisbon
NATO’s annual Nuclear Policy Symposium kicked off in Lisbon, Portugal, on Wednesday (27 September 2023). Held annually since 1992, the Symposium brings together experts, diplomats and senior officials, to discuss some of the biggest nuclear challenges facing the Alliance. Participants will also hear perspectives from Indo-Pacific partners.
|09 Jun. 2023
North Atlantic Council Statement on Russia’s withdrawal from the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe
The NATO Invitee associates itself with this Statement.
|24 Feb. 2023
Statement by the North Atlantic Council marking one year of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine
The NATO Invitees associate themselves with this Statement.
|18 Feb. 2023
NATO Secretary General in Munich: give Ukraine what they need to win
Speaking at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday (18 February 2023), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stressed that, one year since Russia’s full-fledged invasion of Ukraine, President Putin is not planning for peace but for more war. The Secretary General said, "we must give Ukraine what they need to win and prevail as a sovereign, independent nation in Europe."
|18 Nov. 2022
Russian aircraft make unsafe overflight of NATO vessels in the Baltic Sea
Two Russian fighter aircraft made an unsafe and unprofessional approach toward NATO vessels HNLMS Tromp and FS Chevalier Paul in the Baltic Sea on Thursday (17 November 2022), overflying them at an altitude of 300 feet, and failing to respond to Allied attempts to communicate. NATO forces acted calmly and responsibly at all times.
|30 Sep. 2022
NATO Secretary General condemns Russia’s illegal attempts to annex Ukrainian territory
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg condemned Russia’s attempts to annex four regions of Ukraine as “illegal and illegitimate.” Speaking to press on Friday (30 September 2022), he underlined that NATO Allies do not and will not recognise any of this territory as part of Russia. “We call on all states to reject Russia’s blatant attempts at territorial conquest,” he said.
|06 Jul. 2022
Russian War Crimes House exhibition opens in NATO
NATO Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy, Ambassador Baiba Braže, today (6 July 2022) opened the “Russian War Crimes House” exhibition at the NATO Headquarters in Brussels.