Jens Stoltenberg

NATO expects members to respect international law, Stoltenberg tells Kathimerini

NATO expects all of its member-states to respect international laws, but it is not within its purview to make legal judgments, the alliance's general-secretary, Jens Stoltenberg, tells Kathimerini, commenting on Turkish activity in Cyprus' exclusive economic zone (EEZ).

Without Agreement at the UN Security Council on the Turkish Operation in Syria

The UN Security Council could not agree on Turkey's military actions in Syria.

In a joint statement, the European countries called on Turkey to "stop its unilateral hostilities" in Syria. However, the document did not receive the support of other members of the Security Council.

NATO Chief comments on the "INF treaty demise", Russia, Crimea and the consequences

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stated that NATO member states, New Zealand among others, are more often faced with security challenges on a global, rather than regional level. One of the main reasons for that is increased competition between great powers.

Former ForMin Geoana appointed NATO Deputy Secretary General: Acknowledgement of Romania's contribution inside NATO

Former Foreign Affairs Minister Mircea Geoana has stated on Wednesday that he is proud to have been appointed as Deputy Secretary General of NATO, a position which represent, in his view, a recognition of the Romania's "important" contribution within the Alliance. "I am proud to be appointed by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg as the next Deputy Secretary General.

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