NATO begins the final phase of its move to a new home

2 months ago
NATO started today (19 March 2018) the last part of its move to its new headquarters in Brussels. Over the next 12 weeks, around 4000 people - NATO civilian and military staff, as well as 29 national delegations - will transfer to their new offices.

Secretary General: NATO Allies stand united with the UK

2 months ago
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Monday (19 March 2018) to discuss the latest developments in the Salisbury investigation. The Secretary General stressed that NATO Allies stand in solidarity with the UK and have offered their support to the ongoing investigation.

NATO and Serbia have a strong partnership, says Chairman of the NATO Military Committee

2 months 1 week ago
The Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, General Petr Pavel visited Serbia on 15 and 16 March 2018, where he met with Minister of Defence, Mr. Aleksandar Vulin and Chief of Defence, General Ljubisa Dikovic and other high level political and defence officials. While in Belgrade, General Pavel visited the Ministry of Defence, the General Staff Building, the NATO Military Liaison Office and the Serbian Simulation Training Centre at the Training and Doctrine Department of the General Staff. The Chairman also took some time to engage with the students of the Advance Security and Defence Studies.

Deputy Chairman of the NATO Military Committee visits the United Kingdom

2 months 1 week ago
From 14 to 19 March 2018, Deputy Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Lieutenant General Steven Shepro visited the United Kingdom where he met with Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, British Chief of Defence, and key senior civilian and military staff at the Ministry of Defence. Lieutenant General Shepro also spoke at the Annual Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), and Command and Control (C2) Battle Management Conference. The Deputy Chairman concluded his trip with visits to the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC) HQ and the NATO Maritime Command in Norfolk.

Defence Expenditure of NATO Countries (2010-2017)

2 months 1 week ago
NATO collects defence expenditure data from Allies on a regular basis and presents aggregates and subsets of this information. Each Ally’s Ministry of Defence reports current and estimated future defence expenditure according to an agreed definition of defence expenditure. The amounts represent payments by a national government actually made, or to be made, during the course of the fiscal year to meet the needs of its armed forces, those of Allies or of the Alliance. NATO also makes use of up-to-date economic and demographic information available from the Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission (DG-ECFIN), and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
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