NATO foreign ministers sang a rendition of ?We Are The World? at the dinner of their meeting late on May 13 in Turkey?s southern province of Antalya.
After the meal, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavu?o?lu took to the stage to thank the Enbe Orchestra that had played for the guests. The orchestra offered the ministers to sing a last song ?for peace.?
A two-day meeting of Foreign Ministers from NATO states begins Wednesday in Antalya, Turkey, to discuss developments relating to the Ukraine crisis.
Other issues, such as threats posed by the Islamic State (IS) militant group and NATO's Resolute Support Mission based in Afghanistan , will also be on the agenda.
BRUSSELS - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stated that the NATO is not forcing any country, Serbia included, to join the Alliance and added that he is satisfied with the military cooperation conducted so far.
BELGRADE - The Nordic model of cooperation is achievable in the Balkans under the umbrella of the European Union, says former Norwegian minister and diplomat Thorvald Stoltenberg.
In an interview published on the official website of Norway in Serbia, Stoltenberg, 84, said that EU membership of Balkan countries would increase economic stability in the region.
Russia can't veto Montenegrin membership - NATO chief
PODGORICA -- NATO "will not accept Russia's veto on Montenegro's membership in the alliance," Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has been quoted as saying.
"Russia cannot deprive Montenegro of its right to become a member of NATO," he told the Italian Senat's Committee on Defense.