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05 Dec. 2012 North Atlantic Council Meetings at Foreign Minister Level at NATO Headquarters, Brussels - North Atlantic Council with Invitees, 76.10KB

North Atlantic Council expresses concern about North Korea’s intent to launch a ballistic missile

The North Atlantic Council expresses its grave concern at North Korea’s declared intent to launch a rocket using ballistic missile technology this month.
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NATO Ministers agree to boost cooperation with Russia, Georgia, back Turkish request for air defence

NATO Foreign Ministers wrapped-up two days of meetings on Wednesday (5 December) with agreements to augment Turkey’s air defence capabilities, boost cooperation with Russia and develop a funding mechanism for Afghan Security Forces. Discussions also centered on NATO’s cooperation with Georgia, nations in the Western Balkans and global partners.
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NATO Foreign Ministers praise Georgia’s commitment to Euro-Atlantic integration

NATO Foreign Ministers welcomed in Brussels the new Georgian Foreign Minister Maia Panjikidzé and looked forward to more cooperation in the context of the NATO-Georgia Commission (NGC). During the meeting, Allies encouraged all parties in Georgia to keep up the momentum of the recent elections and to consolidate democratic progress.
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NATO Foreign Ministers take forward work on post-2014 commitment

NATO Foreign Ministers took forward their Lisbon decision to contribute to the long-term sustainment of the Afghan national security forces on 5 December.
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NATO Foreign Ministers’ statement on Patriot deployment to Turkey

The situation along NATO’s south-eastern border and the repeated violations of Turkey’s territory raise grave concern. As the North Atlantic Council made clear on June 26 and October 3, we stand with Turkey in the spirit of strong solidarity. We, the NATO foreign ministers, declare our determination to deter threats to and defend Turkey.
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NATO Foreign Ministers to show solidarity with Turkey

NATO Allies stand in full solidarity with Turkey and will show their determination to defend their Ally and deter any threats, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said ahead of a two-day meeting of foreign ministers on Tuesday.
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NATO agrees to augment Turkey’s air-defence capabilities

NATO ministers of foreign affairs agreed to augment Turkey’s air defence capabilities by deploying Patriot missiles at a meeting in Brussels today (4 December).
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Young Russians discuss future of NATO-Russia relations

Young academics from Russian think-tanks and leading Russian universities spent two days in Belgium, meeting with NATO representatives at NATO Headquarters in Brussels and Allied Command Operations in Mons, on 19 and 20 November.
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NATO-Russia Council agrees on closer cooperation

Foreign ministers from NATO nations and Russia agreed to increase their cooperation in 2013 during a meeting of the NATO-Russia Council (NRC) on Tuesday (4 December).
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Kharkiv hosts discussions on priorities for NATO-Ukraine scientific and environmental cooperation

The NATO-Ukraine Joint Working Group for Scientific and Environmental Cooperation reviewed progress on key projects and identified areas for further work through NATO's Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme in Kharkiv, Ukraine, on 8 November.

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