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Conditions for NATO nuclear weapons use extremely remote - Stoltenberg
Stoltenberg stressed however that there would be "serious consequences" for Russia if it uses nuclear weapons in Ukraine.
Explained: Who has nuclear weapons in Europe and where are they?
France, Russia and the Uk are the only European countries to have nuclear weapons. But the US also has about 100 nuclear warheads stored across the continent.
Fifteen European countries unite to boost air defence capabilities
Fifteen European countries have united to boost air defence capabilities.
The UK and France pledge to help bolster Ukraine's defence systems
It comes after a wave of missiles hit Ukrainian cities on Monday.
NATO nuclear exercises to go ahead, despite tensions with Russia
The United States ambassador to NATO has also warned of 'unprecedented consequences' in the event of Russia using nuclear strikes.
Cyprus President denounces the EU's 'double standards' with Turkey
In an interview with Euronews, Nicos Anastasiades rebuked his fellow EU leaders for putting economic interests before international law.
Five reasons why Ukraine won't join NATO any time soon
Kyiv announced a bid for fast-track NATO membership after Russia annexed four Ukrainian regions.
A month on, here's where we are with Finland & Sweden's NATO accession
All 30 NATO allies must give their consent for the accession of Sweden and Finland into the military alliance.
NATO deploys record 40 firefighting aircraft to Greece
Halfway through the summer wildfire season, about 600,000 hectares had been burnt across the EU. This is second only to 2017 when nearly a million hectares when up in smoke.
How European countries stand on 2% of GDP defence spending
Two per cent defence spending is the new gospel in Europe. But not everyone is living up to their professed ideals.
Sweden and Finland's NATO accession 'to be fastest in history'
NATO's Secretary-General told Euronews the accession process is "the fastest" in the alliance's history.
'Historic moment': Finland and Sweden move closer to NATO membership
The parliaments of each existing NATO member must approve Finland and Sweden's accession before it can happen.
Does NATO's collective defence apply to Ceuta and Melilla?
The two Spanish enclaves are the only territory the alliance has on the African continent.
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Europe's week: G7 renew Ukraine commitment & NATO to get new members
Here are the top stories from the EU this week.
Was Sánchez sidelined? Debunking Madrid NATO summit disinformation
As the NATO summit in Spain comes to an end, a lot of misinformation has spread on social media surrounding the event. Euronews fact-checked some of these claims.
Finland hasn't received deportation lists from Turkey, says minister
Finland's foreign affairs minister told Euronews he had low expectations for a breakthrough on possible NATO membership upon his arrival at the summit.
Lithuania 'must be ready not afraid' of Russian action on Kaliningrad
Russia had warned it could "take action" against Lithuania due to stops on goods transiting through the Baltic country to enter Kaliningrad
Finland and Sweden set for NATO invite after Turkey drops opposition
A new "memorandum of understanding" between the three countries seeks to allay Turkish fears over security.
Moves to admit Finland and Sweden into NATO 'will likely drag on'
Turkey is "unlikely to simply back down on its demands" to Stockholm and Helsinki, say experts.
Could Finland break with Sweden on NATO membership?
Despite Finland's president and prime minister calling for a lock-step approach to joining NATO for Finland and Sweden, some people want to see Finland proceed on their own.
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Europe's week: More Russian sanctions drama and Denmark votes
In a historic referendum, 67 per cent of the Danish people voted in favour of scrapping the opt-out from EU security and defense policy after 30 years.
German MPs set to approve massive military spending spree
The decision is expected to easily pass in the lower house of the Bundestag today and comes in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Turkey warns of 'security risks' if Finland & Sweden join NATO
Turkey's president wrote Finland and Sweden's entry into NATO would endanger his country and the "organisation's future".
Here are the four EU countries that are not seeking to join NATO
All four EU countries are either militarily neutral or non-aligned.
Sea changes: How NATO's expansion could stabilise the Baltic region
One expert says that if Finland and Sweden join NATO, it will turn the Baltic Sea into a NATO sea.
NATO now has 40,000 soldiers on Europe's border with Russia
NATO forces have increased ten-fold since the beginning of the war in Ukraine.