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Sweden and Finland's NATO accession 'to be fastest in history'
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NATO secretary-general warns of a possible lengthy war in Ukraine
Meanwhile, in Kharkiv, the Ukrainian military says they have found 103 bodies, believed to be of Russian troops, in territories liberated from the Kremlin's forces.
NATO's chief meets Finland's president to discuss membership bid
Finland, and its neighbour Sweden, applied to join NATO after Russia's invasion of Ukraine sparked security concerns.
'Historic moment': Finland and Sweden submit their bids to join NATO
Spurred by Russia's war in Ukraine, it represents a seismic shift from long-held neutrality in Finland and Sweden.
Ukraine needs more weapons and quick, says country's foreign minister
Dmytro Kuleba was invited to take part in a meeting with NATO ministers.
Russia 'not withdrawing but repositioning', says NATO
Russia promised during talks in Istanbul on Tuesday that it would de-escalate operations near Kyiv and Chernihiv.
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NATO support “crucial” for Ukraine, Stoltenberg tells Euronews
NATO’s support has been a “crucial factor” in enabling Ukraine to resist Russia’s invading forces, secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg has told Euronews.
NATO to help Ukraine prepare for a chemical weapons attack
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg said leaders are concerned that Russia "is trying to create some kind of pretext" to use "chemical and biological weapons" in Ukraine.
Why doesn't NATO impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine?
Despite repeated pleas from President Zelenskyy, the West remains firm in its refusal, fearing unpredictable consequences.
Jens Stoltenberg to become next governor of Norway's central bank
The NATO Secretary-General is set to take over the role in December.
US urges Russia to make 'smart choice' to reduce Ukraine tensions
US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman tells Euronews that it's up to President Putin to choose "diplomacy as opposed to deterrence".
NATO and Russia agree to hold further meetings amid Ukraine tensions
The first meeting between both sides in over two years was held in Brussels on Wednesday.
'Significant' Russian military build-up near Ukraine stoke tensions
“We call on Russia to be transparent about its military activities,” NATO's chief Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday.
NATO statement on China goes 'further' than prior language - expert
NATO has warned that China represents a global security threat and presents challenges to the "rules-based international order."
NATO must confront China, but Russia remains top threat - US official
US Chargé d’Affaires Douglas Jones tells Euronews that strengthening NATO is "all the more important" in a world of "increasing autocratic regimes".
US tells NATO allies it wants to 'revitalise the alliance'
Europeans allies welcomed the change of tone from the new US administration. “There will be no European defence without NATO and there will be no efficient and relevant NATO without Europeans," said French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian.
NATO to discuss deadline for full troop withdrawal from Afghanistan
NATO's defence ministers will meet on Wednesday and Thursday to discuss a range of issues, but forces in Afghanistan will top the agenda.
NATO Foreign Ministers look to broaden scope for next decade
Speaking to Euronews, German Marshall Fund Vice President Ian Lesser, said NATO's original mission hasn't changed. "That's about countering Russia's very significant force posture and that's very meaningful for the alliance - that hasn't gone away.
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China's rise makes transatlantic bond 'more important': NATO chief
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg speaks to Euronews about the on-going coronavirus crisis, President Trump's plan to pull troops out of Germany, the rise of China, and whether Europe needs an army.
'No final decision' on US troop withdrawal says NATO chief Stoltenberg
The move by Donald Trump to threaten the removal of American soldiers in Germany had caught the military alliance off guard. The first reports in the press date 5 June, and Stoltenberg confirmed to Euronews that he had spoken to Trump only last week about the plans.
Coronavirus: NATO is helping fight invisible enemy, says Stoltenberg
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says the alliance is helping fight an 'invisible enemy' by organising medical supplies and other operations.
Turkey lashes out at Macron over NATO comments
French President Emmanuel Macron has stood by the damning comments he made to The Economist last month in which said allies were experiencing the 'brain death' of NATO. During a press conference, he defended the comments and criticised Turkey's incursion into Syria.
France and Germany vie for leadership of 'brain dead' NATO
French President Emmanuel Macron branded NATO "brain dead". Now the defence alliance has met for the first time since those controversial remarks.
A tense meeting for NATO after 'brain death' comments
Internal battles in the military alliance hang over the meeting of NATO Foreign Ministers in Brussels this Wednesday.
NATO remembers September 11 terrorist attacks, 18 years on
NATO remembers the September 11 attacks on the 18th anniversary of the horrific terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.
Watch: 'Time running out to save INF treaty,' says NATO's Stoltenberg
NATO and Russia did not make significant progress on saving the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) in a meeting at the alliance headquarters on Friday, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said.
Watch again: NATO Secretary General says EU is delivering on spending
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg gave a news conference after a defence meeting on Thursday and addressed issues such as Iran, Russia, and EU contributions to NATO.