A Conversation With Nato Secretary General Jens
The atlantic council’s transatlantic security initiative, in the scowcroft center for strategy and security, and nato’s public diplomacy division are delighted to invite you to a conversation with nato secretary general jens stoltenberg, on monday, june 7 from 10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. (edt) 4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. (cest). Conversation between the nato secretary general and the the us secretary of state 23 mar. 2021 strengthening the transatlantic bond – a conversation between nato secretary general jens stoltenberg and the us secretary of state antony blinken moderated by dr. rosa balfour, director of carnegie europe. I’m deeply delighted to be joined at atlantic council headquarters on short notice by nato secretary general stoltenberg ahead of the nato summit next monday and on his first trip washington since president biden’s inauguration and since the onset of the covid 19 pandemic, we’re also delighted to be back physically in our washington offices. Join us for a conversation with nato secretary general jens stoltenberg for an outlook on the first in person nato summit following the covid 19 pandemic. Jens stoltenberg became secretary general of nato in 2014. earlier, he served as prime minister of norway, from 2005 until 2013. earlier this week, stoltenberg met at the white house with u.s. president barack obama to discuss, among other things, nato’s role in the fight against isis and the alliance’s ongoing response to increased russian assertiveness.
Us President Joe Biden Meets Nato Secretary General Jens
Jens stoltenberg [nato secretary general]: we will have a meeting in nato russia council next friday, 5 th july, and that demonstrates what we call the dual track approach of nato towards russia. we believe in deterrence, defence, but at the same time we believe in dialogue with russia. because russia is our neighbour, russia is there to stay. Ms balfour: good morning. good morning from brussels, nato’s headquarters. my name is rosa balfour. i’m the director of carnegie europe and i’m absolutely delighted to be moderating this conversation between secretary general jens stoltenberg and secretary of state antony blinken on strengthening the transatlantic bond. the occasion is provided by the first visit of […]. Jens stoltenberg [secretary general of nato]: you are right, of course nato being an alliance of 30 different countries, with different geography, with different history, from both sides of the atlantic and always with different political parties in power, there are differences. that is a kind of natural consequence of being 30 democracies.
A Conversation With Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg