NATO's breakdown is not inevitable -- we can maintain it, and all the benefits we derive, argues Jens Stoltenburg
Jens Stoltenberg says he plans to sign new joint declaration with EU in July to further strengthen cooperation
Roadmap on northern Syrian city announced after meeting Monday between Mevlut Cavusoglu and US' Mike Pompeo
Jens Stoltenberg says 'unity' and 'firm' approach needed when Russia violates international rules
NATO allies Italy and Greece will air patrol over the country starting from June 5
Tensions between the transatlantic alliance and Russia have hit post-Cold War highs in recent years over Moscow's annexation of Crimea and more recently the attempted assassination of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in the British city of Salisbury.
As member of NATO, Turkey decided to buy the best of its class with S-400 missile defense, says Russian leader
Counter-terrorism is not just killing more terrorists, but is much broader, says Military Committee Chair Gen. Petr Pavel
Turkey's position in NATO does not prevent it from opening up to other strategic regions, says presidential spokesman
Days after a suicide bomber killed 57 people at a Kabul voter registration centre, highlighting the security challenges around October's parliamentary polls, Stoltenberg said NATO forces could play a "limited" security role.
Mevlut Cavusoglu to meet top diplomats of allies in NATO on Friday
NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg says Turkey 'in couple years' will be responsible for Very High Readiness Joint Task Force
Jens Stoltenberg meets with Turkish Defense Minister Canikli in capital Ankara
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg speaks to Anadolu Agency before his official visit to Turkey
Representatives of UK, France, US to inform alliance about joint airstrikes in Syria
Jens Stoltenberg to meet President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, military chief, the foreign minister, and defense minister
Russian General Staff chief, NATO supreme allied commander discuss international security over phone
Turkey is an important NATO ally, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg tells Turkish president
He said the targeting of former double agent Sergei Skripal fit a "pattern of reckless behaviour" to which the US-led military alliance had responded, but insisted political dialogue must also continue.
The alliance is "dealing with the issue around this and in cyber and working to define an understanding of what would be a trigger for Article 5," General Curtis Scaparrotti, the commander of NATO forces in Europe, told a US Senate committee.