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NATO IMS hosts informal military talks and scenario-based discussion with the European Union Military Staff
The Directors General of the NATO International Military Staff (IMS) and the European Union Military Staff (EUMS) convened on 12-13 May 2016 at NATO Headquarters for the informal EU-NATO Directors General Conference. Air Marshal Sir Christopher Harper, Director General of the NATO IMS (DGIMS) co-chaired the meeting with his EU counterpart, Lieutenant General Wolfgang Wosolsobe, Director General of the EUMS (DGEUMS).











Key missile defence site declared operational
A United States missile defence system aimed at protecting European NATO Allies from ballistic missiles threats was declared operational at a ceremony in Deveselu, Romania on Thursday (12 May 2016).











Deputy Secretary General addresses NATO’s Warsaw Summit agenda at Lennart Meri Conference
NATO Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow addressed key issues on NATO’s agenda for the Warsaw Summit at the annual Lennart Meri Conference in Tallinn on Saturday (14 May 2016). Ambassador Vershbow took part in a panel discussion entitled “NATO in Warsaw: Steeling the Alliance?,” together with Swedish Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist, Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski and Ambassador Philippe Errera, Defence Policy Director of the French Ministry of Defence.











Secretary General in Bucharest: NATO is committed to Romania’s security
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg praised Romania’s contributions to Allied security in Bucharest on Thursday (12 May 2016). Meeting with President Klaus Werner Iohannis, Mr. Stoltenberg commended Romania for its contributions to Black Sea security, its commitment to raise defence spending to 2% of GDP and its continued participation in NATO-led missions in Afghanistan and Kosovo. Calling Romania “a steadfast Ally,” Mr. Stoltenberg stressed that NATO is committed to Romania’s security.














 
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