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NATO Secretary General accepts Honorary Award of Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg accepted the Honorary Award of the Verkhovna Rada, the unicameral Parliament of Ukraine, in a ceremony at NATO Headquarters on Monday (23 January 2023). The Honorary Award is the highest award given by the Verkhovna Rada for “significant contributions to any sphere of life, outstanding socio-political activities, services to the Ukrainian people in promoting and strengthening Ukraine as a democratic, social, legal state”.
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NATO Secretary General in Ramstein: we must urgently step up support for Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg participated in a meeting of the US-led Ukraine Defence Contact Group in Ramstein, Germany on Friday (20 January 2023). The meeting was chaired by US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, and started with a video address by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
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NATO Secretary General in Oslo: ''no lasting peace'' if tyranny prevails over freedom

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stressed the importance of supporting Ukraine, including with more weapons, in a speech to the Annual Conference of the Norwegian Confederation of Enterprises in Oslo on Thursday (5 January 2023).
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NATO Headquarters goes dark in solidarity with Ukraine

On Wednesday (21 December), NATO Headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, joined other international landmarks and switched off lights at 20.00 local time in solidarity with Ukraine.
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NATO Secretary General: ''Russia trying to freeze Ukraine conflict''

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Wednesday (07 December 2022) stressed the importance of continued NATO Allied support to Ukraine as it faces Russia’s war of aggression. Addressing the Financial Times’ Global Boardroom event via video link, Mr Stoltenberg said the conflict would likely enter a quieter phase over winter but that Russia is showing no sign of seeking a peaceful end to the conflict.
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Statement by NATO Foreign Ministers - Bucharest, 29-30 November 2022

The NATO Invitees associate themselves with this Statement.
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NATO Secretary General: "we will not back down" in support for Ukraine

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg outlined the key decisions taken by NATO Foreign Ministers at their first meeting in Bucharest on Tuesday (29 November 2022), underlining that the meeting sent "a strong message of NATO unity, and of sustained support to Ukraine".
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NATO Secretary General in Bucharest: no lasting peace if the aggressor wins

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg underlined NATO's determination to support Ukraine and defend all Allies in a speech to the Aspen – GMF Bucharest Forum on Tuesday (29 November 2022). Speaking ahead of meetings of NATO Foreign Ministers, he said that Allies will continue to stand by Ukraine as it defends against Russia's illegal war of aggression. ''There can be no lasting peace if the aggressor wins,'' he said. ''There can be no lasting peace if oppression and autocracy prevail over freedom and democracy.''
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NATO foreign ministers set to address more support for Ukraine

NATO foreign ministers will address ways to step up support for Ukraine at their meeting in Bucharest, Romania, on Tuesday (29 November 2022). Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said that “NATO Allies are providing unprecedented support to Ukraine, and they will continue to provide unprecedented support to Ukraine, including by helping them to rebuild their gas and power infrastructure, [and] of course also continue to deliver air defence systems.”
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NATO Secretary General welcomes Ukraine’s foreign minister to Bucharest

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba to Bucharest on Tuesday (29 November 2022), where he will take part in a meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers. “We will stand by Ukraine as long as it takes; we will not back down,” said Mr Stoltenberg.

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