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NATO Secretary General commends Croatia for Support to Euro-Atlantic aspirations of Balkan Neighbours: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković to NATO Headquarters on Thursday (22 February 2018) to discuss preparations for the Summit in July and regional cooperation in the Western Balkans.

Mr. Stoltenberg thanked Croatia for its contributions to NATO, including to the battlegroups in Lithuania and Poland and to the Alliance’s missions in Kosovo and Afghanistan. He also thanked Croatia for supporting NATO partners including Ukraine.

They also discussed NATO’s adaptation. “Your efforts help to make NATO strong”, he said. “It shows that NATO is an Alliance of 29 Allies where we stand together and respond to a more challenging security environment”.

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NATO Secretary General commends Croatia for Support to Euro-Atlantic aspirations of Balkan Neighbours: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković to NATO Headquarters on Thursday (22 February 2018) to discuss preparations for the Summit in July and regional cooperation in the Western Balkans.Mr. Stoltenberg thanked Croatia for its contributions to NATO, including to the battlegroups in Lithuania and Poland and to the Alliance’s missions in Kosovo and Afghanistan. He also thanked Croatia for supporting NATO partners including Ukraine.They also discussed NATO’s adaptation. “Your efforts help to make NATO strong”, he said. “It shows that NATO is an Alliance of 29 Allies where we stand together and respond to a more challenging security environment”.NATO Secretary General commends Croatia for Support to Euro-Atlantic aspirations of Balkan Neighbours: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed the Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković to NATO Headquarters on Thursday (22 February 2018) to discuss preparations for the Summit in July and regional cooperation in the Western Balkans.Mr. Stoltenberg thanked Croatia for its contributions to NATO, including to the battlegroups in Lithuania and Poland and to the Alliance’s missions in Kosovo and Afghanistan. He also thanked Croatia for supporting NATO partners including Ukraine.