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Заявление Генерального секретаря НАТО Йенса Столтенберга после бесед с  президентом Александром Вучичем (Сербия) и г-ном Рамушем Харадинаем (Косово)
06 Dec. 2018

Заявление Генерального секретаря НАТО Йенса Столтенберга после бесед с президентом Александром Вучичем (Сербия) и г-ном Рамушем Харадинаем (Косово)

Сегодня я связался по телефону с президентом Вучичем и г-ном Харадинаем, чтобы проинформировать их о результатах состоявшегося в среду заседания министров иностранных дел стран НАТО, посвященного Западным Балканам. Я подчеркнул, что как Белграду, так и Приштине следует проявлять спокойствие и сдержанность и избегать любых провокационных заявлений или действий.

NATO Review

    • The Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty at fifty: a midlife crisis 29 Jun. 2018 The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty is a cornerstone of international efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons, to eventually eliminate them and to facilitate peaceful use of nuclear energy. But the Treaty risks being undermined by disappointment at the slow pace of nuclear disarmament, while at the same time the role of nuclear weapons in international politics is growing. Dr Jacek Durkalec, a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, explains.
    • Diplomacy by other means? NATO’s science sixty years on… 26 Mar. 2018 The public release of archived documents has shed new light on the wider legacy of the Alliance’s investment in science. Crucially, it reveals the importance of this sponsorship, which started exactly sixty years ago, for the advancement of science as much as for the Allies’ relations at the height of the Cold War.
    • The Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty: reasons for skepticism 19 May. 2017 Current efforts to ban nuclear weapons will be ineffective and risk undermining the non-proliferation regime, which could have dangerous consequences – Michael Rühle of NATO’s Emerging Security Challenges Division explains.
    • What can we learn today from the ‘three wise men’? 05 Dec. 2016 In the turbulent world of 2016, many of the fundamentals of transatlantic cooperation and western liberalism are being questioned. Learn why the recommendations of NATO’s ‘three wise men’ aimed at strengthening unity within the Alliance are still relevant today, 60 years later.

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