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Since 2014, NATO countries have made progress in strengthening Allied nuclear deterrence but should do more than they currently plan to increase the likelihood it remains effective in the future.
From 27 November to 1 December, Allied and partner cyber defenders tested their ability to protect networks and critical infrastructure against realistic and complex cyber threats and attacks.
NATO’s Defence Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic (DIANA) announced the first 44 companies selected to tackle NATO’s specific challenges on energy resilience, undersea sensing and surveillance, and secure information sharing.
The Belgian Air Force has taken over the key for the Baltic airspace in a ceremony on 30 November and leads the 64th rotation of NATO fighter squadrons safeguarding the skies above Estonia Latvia and Lithuania.
The NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) has managed the supply of medical ventilators to Ukraine.
Allied fighter jets supported by a French tanker aircraft conducted drills over the Baltic Sea honing cooperation and coordination of interception manoeuvres in international airspace.
NATO Foreign Ministers discussed pressing security issues, including NATO’s deterrence and defence, support for Ukraine, and how to work more closely with partner nations.