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NATO Secretary General discusses security issues with Turkish Foreign Minister
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NATO Secretary General discusses security issues with Turkish Foreign Minister

On Friday, 22 January 2021, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu at NATO Headquarters. They discussed a range of issues, including the situation in the Eastern Mediterranean, Afghanistan and Libya. The Secretary General welcomed the continuation of NATO-brokered talks between Turkey and Greece on a military deconfliction mechanism in...

Cyber Incident Response Capability established in the Republic of Moldova with NATO support
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Cyber Incident Response Capability established in the Republic of Moldova with NATO support

On Wednesday, 21 January 2021, NATO inaugurated a new Cyber Incident Response Capability for the Moldovan Armed Forces. This capability was established with support from the NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme and in cooperation with the NATO Information and Communication Agency (NCIA) through a multi-year project. It will help to minimize any...

Iran to form ‘NATO-style’ defence and security pact with allies
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Iran to form ‘NATO-style’ defence and security pact with allies

The Iranian parliament announced yesterday that it is preparing a draft resolution on a “defence and security treaty for the Axis of Resistance” which it will sign with its allies, states and non-state actors alike. Although an informal alliance already exists, the aim of the “NATO-style” treaty is to oblige members to respond collectively to...

NATO Secretary General: NATO safeguards peace in an unpredictable world
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NATO Secretary General: NATO safeguards peace in an unpredictable world

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. The Secretary General brought out that the nature of security is changing with lines between war and...

Georgian President to meet with NATO Secretary General in Brussels
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Georgian President to meet with NATO Secretary General in Brussels

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will receive Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili at NATO headquarters.  The meeting will take place on January 22 in Brussels, Online Georgia reported. According to the press release, Zourabichvili will also take part in the meeting of the NATO-Georgia commission. Due to the security measures linked to the COVID-19 pandemic, media...

The Tallinn-based NATO cyber defence centre to lead research on securing 5G networks for military mobility
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The Tallinn-based NATO cyber defence centre to lead research on securing 5G networks for military mobility

The NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, also known as the CCDCOE, based in Tallinn, Estonia, will lead a research project exploring the security of 5G networks in relation to military mobility. The project is funded by the US Department of Defense and the Estonian foreign ministry and carried out by the international team...

Turkey-Greece: military dialogue at NATO resumes
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Turkey-Greece: military dialogue at NATO resumes

Military delegations from Greece and Turkey will resume technical talks next week at NATO general headquarters in Brussels, said security sources in Ankara. The talks are aimed at developing dialogue tools to avoid risks of incidents in the Eastern Mediterranean. The dialogue, which has been suspended since the start of October, is therefore expected to...

NATO Secretary General: Mauritania is a committed partner
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NATO Secretary General: Mauritania is a committed partner

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. “I welcome Mauritania’s important contributions to regional security. You are a leader in the G5 Sahel group and your forces are in the front line, countering terrorism in the...

UK and NATO must not leave Afghanistan before peace-talks conclude
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UK and NATO must not leave Afghanistan before peace-talks conclude

The International Relations and Defence Committee publishes its report, The UK and Afghanistan. The report is published against the backdrop of peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban, which resumed in Qatar at the weekend, and high levels of violence claimed by the Taliban and Islamic State Khorasan Province. The report criticises the lack of clarity on UK policy towards Afghanistan, expresses...

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