Landmark NATO Summit in Warsaw draws to a close NATO’s Summit in Warsaw concluded on Saturday (9 July 2016), following two days of decisions to strengthen the Alliance’s deterrence and defence, and plans to project stability in the wider neighbourhood. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg thanked the Polish government and the people of Warsaw for hosting the event, saying that NATO is committed to delivering on its plans. ''NATO remains a fundamental source of security for our people, and stability for the wider world,'' he said.
NATO stands resolute towards a secure and stable Afghanistan NATO leaders, joined today (9 July 2016) by leaders from Resolute Support partner countries at the Warsaw Summit, have reaffirmed their commitment to the long-term security and stability of Afghanistan. Together with Afghanistan’s President Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah, they discussed the security situation in Afghanistan and the reform process carried out by the Afghan National Unity Government. They also took stock of the performance of the Afghan National Defence and Security Forces, and laid out the way ahead for their continued support for Afghanistan.