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Keynote speech by Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Prague PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 November 2012 11:37

Mr. Presidents, Excellencies, Ministers, Distinguished Members of Parliament, Ladies and Gentlemen,

First of all, let me thank you Karl Lamers, for your kind intrduction. You continue to be a highly active, extremely committed and tireless President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly. I have really enjoyed working with you and I thank you for your strong commitment to the transatlantic link.

Strengthening NATO'S network with partners PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 28 September 2012 13:39

Dear organizers, Dear representatives of Ministries of Defense and NGOs, Dear colleagues and friends,

NATO – delivering security in the 21st century PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 18 July 2012 10:23

Speech by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Chatham House, London

Doctor Lewis,
Ladies and gentlemen,

Anders Fogh RasmussenI am delighted to be here at Chatham House. This august institution has become a by-word for free and open debate. It is full of history, yet focused on the future. For nearly nine decades, speakers from around the globe have come to Chatham House to discuss their vision for shaping international affairs. So I can think of no better place to set out my vision for the future of NATO.

The next European integration – the wake up call PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 18 May 2012 14:35

Тhe following text is the contribution from the President of the Euro – Atlantic Council of Macedonia and the Vice President of the Atlantic Treaty Association (ATA), Мr. Lazar Elenovski to the official ATA publication: “Safeguarding Freedom and Security – A new sense of common purpose” which was published in prior to  the NATO Summit in Chicago, USA.

NATO is the largest security alliance in history. Over the past 20 years, it has been one of the most transformed international organisations on the planet. Throughout that transformation, and particularly after the fall of communism in Europe, it has had to find a renewed raison d’être. But, beyond that, it is a security organisation with the highest responsibility when it comes to the protection of the values of civilization and freedom. Therefore, it must meet the rapidly changing security environment in today’s multilateral world.

Breaking the glass ceiling PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 27 February 2012 12:30

Speech by Dr. Stefanie Babst, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Public Diplomacy at the Euro-Atlantic Council of Macedonia Conference on UNSCR 1325


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