Secretary General welcomes NATO’s partnership with Bosnia, calls for unity and continued reforms

Exercise ‘Strong Balkan 23’ was held in Albania from 31 October to 10 November. It featured Special Operations Forces (SOF) from seven NATO Allies including Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania and Türkiye as well as observers from NATO partner Bosnia and Herzegovina. credit: NATO
Exercise ‘Strong Balkan 23’ was held in Albania from 31 October to 10 November. It featured Special Operations Forces (SOF) from seven NATO Allies including Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Romania and Türkiye as well as observers from NATO partner Bosnia and Herzegovina. credit: NATO

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Bosnia and Herzegovina leader, Denis Bećirović to NATO Headquarters on Monday to discuss regional security issues and bolstering the country’s partnership with NATO.

Mr Stoltenberg emphasised that NATO strongly supports Bosnia and Herzegovina’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. He outlined that NATO’s commitment to Bosnia and Herzegovina includes support to the country’s efforts to reform its security system via the NATO Headquarters in Sarajevo, and strengthening capabilities through a Defense Capacity Building package.

He added that NATO continues to support the EU-led Operation Althea to maintain a safe and secure environment.

Bećirović is the chairman of the Bosnia Presidency.

 

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