On Tuesday, 26 January 2021, the NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg will meet with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Hellenic Republic, Mr. Nikos Dendias, at NATO Headquarters.
On behalf of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, I congratulate Joe Biden on his inauguration as the 46th President of the United States and Kamala Harris as the Vice President. Today is the start of a new chapter for the transatlantic Alliance.
On Thursday 4 February 2021, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will engage with students and young leaders on their ideas and vision, as part of the event “New Ideas for NATO 2030”, organized by NATO and Chatham House.
On Friday, 22 January 2021, the NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg will meet with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey Mr. Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, at NATO Headquarters.
At a Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs event held virtually on Monday (18 January), NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg emphasised that in an unpredictable world, NATO is the strategy to deal with uncertainty and safeguard peace.
Today (18 January 2021), NATO marked the successful conclusion of a multi-year project designed to bolster the cyber defence capacity of Mongolia, one of NATO’s partners across the globe. The project ran between 2017 and 2020 and was supported by NATO’s Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme. It entailed the establishment of a Cyber Security Centre for the Mongolian Armed Forces and the provision of specialized training and equipment. It also featured technical support from the NATO Communications and Information Agency.
On Monday, 18 January 2021, the NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg will take part in the 6th edition of the Sciences Po Youth & Leaders Summit, organised online by its School of International Affairs.
On Friday, 22 January 2021, the NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg will meet the President of Georgia, Ms. Salomé Zourabichvili, at NATO HQ.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani of Mauritania to NATO Headquarters on Thursday (14 January 2021) for talks on strengthening security cooperation.
On 11 January 2021, EADRCC received a request for international assistance from North Macedonia to support its battle against the coronavirus.
Meeting between the NATO Secretary General and the Secretary of State of the United States of America [CANCELLED]
On Wednesday, 13 January 2021, the NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg will meet the Secretary of State of the United States of America, Mr. Michael R. Pompeo in Brussels.
The NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg will meet the President of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, Mr. Mohamed Ould Ghazouani, on Thursday, 14 January 2021, at NATO Headquarters.
Speaking ahead of a virtual address to German Christian Social Union (CSU) parliamentarians on Wednesday (6 January 2021), Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg explained that 2021 will be a crucial year for NATO. At a press point with Alexander Dobrindt, Chairman of the CSU Parliamentary Group, Mr. Stoltenberg praised Allied armed forces for supporting civilian efforts to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will address the meeting of the Christian Social Union (CSU) Parliamentary Group in the German Bundestag on Wednesday 6 January 2021. His participation will take place online.
The Turkish army will take the lead of NATO’s Very High Readiness Joint Task Force (VJTF) on Friday (1 January 2021), placing thousands of soldiers on standby, ready to deploy within days.
On 28 December 2020, the Albanian Ministry of Defence received 60 sets of ventilator consumables donated by the NATO Pandemic Response Trust Fund.
NATO air forces across Europe scrambled more than 400 times in 2020 to intercept unknown aircraft approaching Alliance airspace. Almost 90 percent of these missions - around 350 - were in response to flights by Russian military aircraft. This is a moderate increase from 2019. Russian military aircraft often do not transmit a transponder code indicating their position and altitude, do not file a flight plan, or do not communicate with air traffic controllers, posing a potential risk to civilian airliners.
Throughout 2020, NATO and Allied military personnel have been helping save lives by supporting civilian efforts against COVID-19, both in Allied and partner countries. In the first half of this year, some 350 flights delivered critical supplies around the world. Across the Alliance, almost half a million troops supported the civilian response, constructing almost 100 field hospitals, securing borders and helping with testing and transport.
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