NATO’s 1999 aggression against Yugoslavia: Global turning point
This March 24th, the Belgrade Forum for a World of Equals, Generals and Admirals Association of Serbia, Veterans Association SUBNOR of Serbia and some other independent associations and think tanks, will mark the 24th anniversary of NATO’s aggression against Serbia and Montenegro (the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia), honoring heroes fallen in the defense of the country as well as all the victims of this illegal and criminal act.
China, Serbia mark anniversary of NATO’s deadly bombing of Chinese embassy
Diplomats from the Chinese Embassy in Serbia and Serbian government officials held a commemorative event in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, on Saturday to mark the 23rd anniversary of the NATO bombing of the Chinese Embassy in the former Yugoslavia in 1999.
NATO’s military buildup on eastern flank to lengthen, broaden war
Transferring massive weapons to Ukraine, massing a large number of troops in eastern Europe, and welcoming Sweden and Finland to join the alliance, NATO has been very much engaged itself so far in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
30 NATO members, 37 partners from around the world forge new global strategic doctrine
The 67 nations involved include ones on all six populated continents. Why the world stubbornly persists in ignoring the evolution of an ever-expanding international military alliance is beyond my ability to comprehend.
Secretary general: NATO won’t “mirror” Russia, will exponentially outspend, surround it with battle groups
Just hours ahead of the NATO summit in Brussels on June 14, the military bloc’s secretary general, Norway’s Jens Stoltenberg, told CNBC’s Hadley Gamble that NATO will continue to expand its military capabilities but will not “mirror” its arch-adversary Russia.
Heading toward summit: new NATO narrative depicts Russia as threat to world peace
In recent months all U.S. geographical and several other military commands have branded Russia an adversary in all parts of the world, from the Arctic to the Antarctic, from South America to North Africa, from West Asia to Eastern Europe, from cyberspace to outer space.
U.S. Secretary of State assures Ukraine of support for NATO membership plan
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland met with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in Kiev today.