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NATO Secretary General: Jordan is a key partner, contributing to regional stability: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg praised Jordan’s contributions to regional and international security during an official visit to Amman on Tuesday (6 March 2018). Meeting with Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi, the Secretary General stressed that NATO remains committed to the international fight against terrorism, and to working with Jordan to make the region more secure.“We have been working together for over 20 years,” said Mr. Stoltenberg. He thanked Jordan for hosting NATO training for Iraqi forces, noting that the Alliance has agreed to scale up its training mission in Iraq. “Our work together in the Coalition – NATO, our Allies and Jordan – make the region more secure, and NATO more secure,” he said.

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NATO Secretary General: Jordan is a key partner, contributing to regional stability: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg praised Jordan’s contributions to regional and international security during an official visit to Amman on Tuesday (6 March 2018). Meeting with Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi, the Secretary General stressed that NATO remains committed to the international fight against terrorism, and to working with Jordan to make the region more secure.“We have been working together for over 20 years,” said Mr. Stoltenberg. He thanked Jordan for hosting NATO training for Iraqi forces, noting that the Alliance has agreed to scale up its training mission in Iraq. “Our work together in the Coalition – NATO, our Allies and Jordan – make the region more secure, and NATO more secure,” he said.NATO Secretary General: Jordan is a key partner, contributing to regional stability: NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg praised Jordan’s contributions to regional and international security during an official visit to Amman on Tuesday (6 March 2018). Meeting with Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi, the Secretary General stressed that NATO remains committed to the international fight against terrorism, and to working with Jordan to make the region more secure.“We have been working together for over 20 years,” said Mr. Stoltenberg. He thanked Jordan for hosting NATO training for Iraqi forces, noting that the Alliance has agreed to scale up its training mission in Iraq. “Our work together in the Coalition – NATO, our Allies and Jordan – make the region more secure, and NATO more secure,” he said.