NATO fears Russian aircraft carrier could be deployed against Aleppo

NATO fears that a Russian aircraft carrier group headed for the eastern Mediterranean Sea could be used to "increase attacks on Aleppo," the military alliance's chief Jens Stoltenberg says.

New gov't to be more active in EU, NATO

The foreign policy goals of the new government focus on a more active use of Croatia's European Union and NATO membership, support to Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and other Southeast European...

Djukanovic claims Montenegro win, says on track for NATO and EU

Montenegro remains on track for NATO and EU membership, said longtime Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic early Monday after securing a win in parliamentary elections the day before.

NATO, EU leaders: Door for dialogue with Russia remains open

The heads of NATO, the European Council and the European Parliament said Monday they remain committed to taking a hard line against Russia but that the door for dialogue remains open.

NATO criticizes Russia for placing missile system on EU's doorstep

NATO on Sunday harshly criticized Russia for placing a nuclear capable Iskander missile system in its exclave of Kaliningrad, which lies sandwiched between NATO members Poland and Lithuania.

Djukanovic says Montenegro's EU, NATO bids not anti-Russian

Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic said on Saturday that his country's orientation towards Europe and NATO was not anti-Russian and that it was not true that all NATO members were Russia's...

Estonia accuses Russia of renewed airspace incursions

Estonia has accused Russia of violating its airspace for the fifth time this year and has delivered a formal protest to the Russian ambassador in Tallinn, the Estonian military said Friday.

Bled: NATO conference on security challenges

The chiefs-of-staff of the armed forces of Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia met on Tuesday and Wednesday in the Slovenian town of Bled with...

RBI to take part in NATO's project to develop nuclear material detector

The NATO-led project "E-SiCURE" which is expected, over the next three years, to develop a specialised machine for detecting nuclear materials aimed at stepping up security at borders and ports,...

"Immediate Response 16" multinational military exercise taking place in Slunj

A two-week multinational military exercise, "Immediate Response 16", which started on Sept 9 and is being held simultaneously in Croatia and Slovenia, was observed by reporters at Croatia's...

NATO units for Poland and Baltic states to arrive in May

New NATO units for Poland and the Baltic states should be deployed starting in May, a spokesman for the military alliance said Sunday.

General Pavel: Balkans still potential source of conflict

The Balkans is still a potential source of conflict, the chairman of the NATO Military Committee, General Petr Pavel, said on Saturday, adding that NATO needs to have the capabilities "to deter...

NATO Military Committee discussing terrorist threats, says Gen. Sundov

Terrorist threats are the biggest danger to global security and Croatia will continue, with its allies and partners, the joint fight against that "creator of instability," the Chief of the General...

Gen. Sundov: NATO conference in Split is important event for Croatia

The Chief of the General Staff of the Croatian Armed Forces, General Mirko Sundov, said in Split on Saturday that the NATO Military Committee conference which was taking place in this city was an...

Grabar-Kitarovic opens NATO Military Committee conference in Split

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic opened a conference of the NATO Military Committee in the southern coastal city of Split on Saturday.