|05 May. 2022 ||
Deputy Secretary General addresses NATO Resilience Symposium 2022
On Thursday (5 May 2022), Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană virtually addressed participants at the NATO Resilience Symposium 2022, co-organised in Warsaw by the Government of Poland, NATO Headquarters, and Allied Command Transformation. Pointing to Russia's war in Ukraine, the COVID-19 pandemic, and growing geopolitical competition, the Deputy Secretary General underlined ''the need to prepare, empower, and invest in our nations and our societies’ ability to defend themselves''.
|11 Apr. 2022 ||
NATO grants available for resilience projects
Do you have ideas about how our societies can become more resilient to disinformation and hostile information activities? Are you looking for funding to make them a reality?
|15 Sep. 2021 ||
Deputy Secretary General stresses the importance of partnerships, values and resilience
On Wednesday (15 September), speaking at the Emerging Europe Summit and Awards 2021, NATO’s Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană underlined the essential role that partnerships and integrations into NATO and the EU have played in the modernisation of Emerging Europe societies.
|17 Jun. 2021 ||
NATO Deputy Secretary General stresses the importance of strengthening resilience
Today, (17 June 2021) NATO Deputy Secretary Mircea Geoana, speaking at the 16th edition of the GLOBSEC 2021 event, outlined the decisions taken at this week’s NATO Summit to further boost resilience. The Deputy Secretary General said that at the Summit, 30 Allied leaders reconfirmed NATO as the prime platform for transatlantic dialogue and political convergence on everything related to security, including resilience.
|16 Jun. 2021 ||
Industry conference focuses on enhancing NATO’s resilience through stronger partnerships
Just days after the NATO Summit in Brussels, NATO’s Deputy Secretary General, Mr. Mircea Geoană, will participate alongside other NATO officials in the NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCI Agency) from 16 to 17 June for “NITEC Connect”.
|17 Mar. 2021 ||
Italy boosts its resilience with NATO support, in response to medical emergencies
The NATO Support and Procurement Agency will deliver 18 field hospitals to the Italian Armed Forces. These new facilities will be set up at the Cecchignola Military Compound based in Rome and will help to enhance the country’s response to medical emergencies.