Peace and Security

Visit by the North Atlantic Council to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The Secretary General will travel to the United Kingdom on Wednesday 22 May for a bilateral meeting with the Secretary of State for Defence of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, The Right Honourable Penny Mordaunt.
NATO Secretary General marks 50 years of UK submarine nuclear deterrent NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has praised the United Kingdom for maintaining a continuous at-sea nuclear deterrent for 50 years in a letter to Prime Minister Theresa May.
Children in crisis-torn eastern Ukraine ‘too terrified to learn’ amid spike in attacks on schools Schoolchildren are bearing long-lasting mental and physical scars of eastern Ukraine’s conflict, the head of the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Monday, as the agency warned of an “alarming” increase in attacks on schools during the first four months ...
Monday’s Daily Brief: WFP mulls ‘last resort’ Yemen aid suspension, top peacekeeping awardee announced, abuzz over Bee Day, Ebola threat... This Monday, headline stories include: WFP mulls “last resort” aid suspension in Yemen; highest UN peacekeeping award to be given on Friday; busy pollinators are focus of World Bee Day; Ebola threat still “very high”.
Hunger in Yemen: WFP considers aid suspension in face of repeated interference by some Houthi leaders The UN emergency food relief agency said on Monday that without full access and “freedom to decide” who receives lifesaving aid, in Houthi rebel-controlled areas of Yemen, it could be forced to implement a “phased suspension”.
Sacrifice of fallen 'blue helmet' to be honoured with UN’s highest peacekeeping award In recognition of his “brave and selfless” action under fire in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)  ̶  saving the life of a fellow ‘blue helmet’ and helping his colleagues repel an armed group  ̶  the late Malawian soldier Chancy Chitete, will be honoured with the UN’s highest peacekeeping award this coming Friday, by the UN Secretary-General. 
Cambodia: Giving back to UN peacekeeping It’s an overcast morning, in South Sudan’s capital Juba, and growling thunder announces the start of some light rain. Standing in the drizzle in his military police uniform, is Colonel Channy Vongvannak, the commander of the Cambodian Force Military Police ...
NATO moves ahead with 1.4 billion euros investment in new technologies NATO on Monday (20 May 2019) released 1.4 billion EUR in business opportunities over the course of the next 18 months, in areas ranging from cybersecurity, surveillance and reconnaissance, command and control, to the field of chemical, biological, radiological and ...
UPDATED: Guterres condemns armed attack against UN peacekeepers in Mali A violent attack against the United Nation's Integrated Stabilization Mission for Mali (MINUSMA) that left one peacekeeper dead on Saturday, drew strong condemnation from Secretary-General António Guterres. 
Secretary General and Tunisian Foreign Minister take stock of partnership between NATO and Tunisia Tunisian Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui met with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg today (16 May 2019) at NATO Headquarters. They shared views on Tunisia-NATO partnership and the commitment of both sides to cooperation.
NATO Secretary General to meet the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tunisia On Thursday, 16 May 2019, the NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg will meet the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tunisia, H.E. Mr. Khemaies Jhinaoui at NATO Headquarters.
NATO Deputy Secretary General to attend EU Foreign Affairs Council On Tuesday, 14 May 2019, the NATO Deputy Secretary General, Ms. Rose Gottemoeller, will attend a working lunch of the EU Foreign Affairs Council, during which she will have an exchange of views with defence ministers on NATO-EU cooperation.
NATO Secretary General in London to prepare Leaders’ Meeting NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg discussed preparations for the next meeting of NATO leaders with Prime Minister Theresa May in a visit to 10 Downing Street on Tuesday (14 May 2019). The meeting in London in December will be an ...
NATO Secretary General to travel to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The NATO Secretary General, Mr. Jens Stoltenberg, will travel to London on Tuesday 14 May and Wednesday 15 May 2019.
The sub hunters: guarding against undersea threats With their ability to glide undetected beneath the waves, submarines pose a grave danger to maritime forces. In order to operate effectively, NATO must be ready to neutralise threats below the waterline. Exercise Dynamic Manta 2019, held off the coast ...
The 🇮🇹Italian parachute rigger - #WeAreNATO When Giorgio Graziano served as an officer in the Italian Army, he was an airborne soldier, trained to parachute into combat. Now a civilian, Graziano packs parachutes for the European Paratroopers Association, a non-governmental organisation based in Slovakia. It’s an ...
How does NATO counter hybrid threats? Hybrid means of warfare – propaganda, deception, sabotage and other non-military tactics – have long been used in lieu of (or sometimes in conjunction with) overt, conventional military action. In recent years, the use of hybrid tactics has increased in ...
The 🇨🇿Czech Republic is NATO, We Are NATO - #WeAreNATO Every day, NATO Allies work and train together to keep you safe. Through partnership and cooperation, NATO has secured peace and freedom for 70 years.
The Czech Republic has been a member of NATO since 1999 and is an equal ...
News story: Two unknown soldiers given military burial a century after their deaths in the Great War Two unknown soldiers have been laid to rest more than 100 years after they fell serving their county during World War 1.

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