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19 Jul. 2018

Afghan army captures IED maker, prevents attack on school, voting centre

CAMP DAHLKE, Afghanistan – The Afghan National Army’s 4th Brigade, 203rd Corps captured five improvised explosive device (IED) makers and a cache of bomb-making, in Logar Province, June 13. (Story courtesy of Resolute Support Mission Afghanistan)

18 Jul. 2018

Secretary General: NATO is united in support for Georgia’s security

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Georgian Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze to NATO Headquarters on Wednesday (18 July 2018). The Secretary General praised Georgia’s contributions to the Alliance’s training mission in Afghanistan and the NATO Response Force. He also reiterated NATO’s support for Georgia’s Euro-Atlantic aspirations. “At the Summit last week, all 29 Allies reaffirmed that Georgia will become a member of NATO. This is in line with the decision we made at our Bucharest Summit in 2008,” he said.

17 Jul. 2018

NATO Groups exercise in the Black Sea

Two NATO Groups are participating in Breeze 2018, a Bulgarian-led annual naval exercise, taking place from 13 to 20 July off coast of Bulgaria in the Black Sea region. (Story courtesy of Allied Maritime Command)

13 Jul. 2018

GMF releases study on NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue

The German Marshall Fund on Friday (13 July 2018) presented a new study on NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue partnership programme, offering recommendations to take the 20-year-old programme forward based on interviews with officials and experts from the Middle East and North Africa and NATO.

12 Jul. 2018

NATO Secretary General and Prime Minister Zaev mark the beginning of accession talks

The NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Prime Minister Zaev on Thursday 12 July 2018 for a ceremony marking the beginning of accession talks with Skopje.

12 Jul. 2018

Secretary General: NATO is firm in our support for Ukraine

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg reiterated NATO’s strong support for Ukraine ahead of a meeting of Allied leaders with Ukraine and Georgia at the Brussels Summit (12 July 2018).

12 Jul. 2018

NATO Secretary General and President of Georgia discuss Black Sea security

NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, met with the President of Georgia, Giorgi Margvelashvili, at the NATO Summit on Thursday (12 July 2018). They discussed the close partnership between NATO and Georgia and Black Sea security issues.

12 Jul. 2018

Secretary General: NATO is delivering

The NATO Summit in Brussels wrapped up on Thursday (12 July 2018), following two days of decisions to strengthen the Alliance’s deterrence and defence, step up in the fight against terrorism and ensure fairer burden-sharing among all Allies. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stressed that NATO embodies the vital bond between Europe and North America. “Our decisions at the Brussels Summit show that, as the world changes, Europe and North America stand together and act together in NATO,” he said.

12 Jul. 2018

16 NATO Allies and 3 partners agree to acquire land munitions together

Under the leadership of Belgium, the Defence Ministers of 16 Allies¹ and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia² signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Multinational Cooperation for the Provision of Land Battle Decisive Munitions (LBDM) in Brussels during the NATO Summit (11 and 12 July 2018). The Defence Ministers of Austria and Finland will also sign the MOU immediately following the NATO Summit.

11 Jul. 2018

NATO Heads of State and Government take decisions to keep North America and Europe safe and secure

Allied Heads of State and Government met in Brussels on Wednesday (11 July 2018) and agreed to further strengthen NATO’s defence and deterrence, step up its role in the fight against terrorism and share the burden of security more fairly. Speaking on the first day of the Summit at NATO Headquarters, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said, “The decisions we have made today show that Europe and North America are working together. NATO is delivering and we are determined to keep our almost one billion citizens safe and secure.”

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