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21 May. 2012 120520e-026.jpg - Meeting of the North Atlantic Council at the level of NATO Heads of State and Government, 64.99KB

World leaders gather at NATO Summit to commit to Afghan future

International leaders are meeting on Monday, May 21, at the NATO Summit in Chicago to discuss how to complete the NATO-led ISAF mission in Afghanistan by the end of 2014 and how to show their continued commitment to the Afghan people beyond that date.
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NATO Chicago summit meets its goals

NATO leaders concluded a decisive summit in Chicago on 21 May, taking key decisions on the Alliance’s future engagement in Afghanistan, military capabilities and worldwide partnerships.
21 May. 2012 120521b-009.jpg - Meeting of the NATO Foreign Ministers with Foreign Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Montenegro and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia¹, 79.67KB

NATO leaders meet with partners in Chicago

NATO Allies welcomed in Chicago leaders from partner countries from across the globe in different partnership meetings and thanked them for the contributions they make to the work of the Alliance.
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NATO Summit sends strong message of commitment to Afghanistan

Leaders from NATO's 28 nations and the 22 partners in the ISAF coalition today gave Afghanistan a clear, long-term commitment to continue supporting the Afghan National Security Forces after the NATO-led ISAF mission is completed in 2014.
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Preparing for Chicago

NATO will be holding its 25th summit in President Obama’s hometown of Chicago, United States, on 20-21 May 2012. It will deliver on decisions that were taken at the Lisbon Summit in November 2010, driving forward key Alliance policies and reaffirming the transatlantic link.
20 May. 2012 110511a-014.jpg - Allies in America - NATO Secretary General visits the Chicago Tribune, 67.34KB

NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance Programme takes off in Chicago

NATO nations took an important step towards the delivery of a NATO-owned and operated ground surveillance and reconnaissance capability. A procurement contract for the AGS system was signed on 20 May 2012 in the margins of the NATO Summit in Chicago, paving the way for the the delivery of a vital capability that will be made available to all NATO member nations. Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) will be a NATO-owned and operated system and will be fully operational in 2017.
20 May. 2012 120520a-010.jpg - Doorstep statement by the NATO Secretary General, 71.30KB

NATO leaders gather for Chicago Summit

NATO leaders gathered in Chicago on 20 May for a summit that will ready the North Atlantic Alliance to tackle the challenges of the future.
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NATO delivers at Chicago Summit

NATO leaders reached agreements in Chicago that will enable the Alliance to provide security for the decade to come and beyond.
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NATO Chicago Summit opens

NATO’s Chicago Summit opened on 20 May with a tribute to all the servicemen and -women deployed on Alliance operations.
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NATO declares interim missile defence capability

NATO leaders declared that the Alliance now has an interim ballistic missile defence capability at their Summit in Chicago on 21 May, marking the first step in the development of a NATO missile defence system.

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