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United States and Concerned Nations Stand Together for Cuban People
NATO ships exercise in Black Sea
Network of investigative journalists against impunity for attacks on women journalists in North Kivu
Providing peer-support to civil society utilising UN special procedures on cases of attacks against journalists
Global study reveals effectiveness of protected areas
NATO Secretary General discusses upcoming ministerial with Latvian Foreign Minister
NATO battlegroup wraps up 1000 km cycle tour across Estonia
World Bank Announces New Country Manager for Moldova
JEF defence ministers set direction for cooperation on northern European security
Public opinion surveys on vaccine hesitancy can help predict where vaccine uptake is likely to be lower, study shows
UN Human Rights Council 47 statement on human rights situation in Iraq under Item 2 – Interactive Dialogue with High Commissioner
65th IPDC Bureau approves 55 new media development projects
Minister of National Defence participates virtually in GLOBSEC 2021 Bratislava Forum
65th meeting of IPDC Bureau kicks off
Citizens’ Rights Specialised Committee meeting, 17June 2021 statement
Readout of President Biden’s Meeting with Prime Minister Kaja Kallas of Estonia, President Egils Levits of Latvia
National Authorities from OPCW’s Eastern Europe region strengthen cooperation
MONEYVAL: States must improve their effectiveness against money laundering and terrorist financing
Defence Minister Sajjan participates in virtual NATO Defence Ministers’ Meeting
Norwegian Ambassador visits Standing Joint Force Headquarters
Statement by North Atlantic Council on Belarus
Married in Sweden – but single in another EU Member State?
Carrier Strike Group sets sail for first operational deployment
Carrier Strike Group completes final exercise before setting sail for first operational deployment this weekend
38th Universal Periodic Review of human rights UK closing statement
OSCE group of friends on safety of journalists statement
Science, technology and innovation are crucial to efforts aimed at transforming agri-food systems
NATO Secretary General and Slovenian Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister discuss NATO’s forward looking agenda ahead of NATO
Latvia’s human rights record to be examined by Universal Periodic Review
Anti-torture committee warns against impact of austerity measures on prison conditions
Specialised Committee on Citizens’ Rights statement, 28 April 2021
Lithuania is well placed to lead on clean energy and energy security
Secretary General welcomes Prime Minister of Slovakia to NATO Headquarters
Iceland becomes 10th nation to join UK-led Joint Expeditionary Force
Unemployment Rates, OECD – Updated 12 April
NATO delivers IT equipment to Republic of Moldova
Pandemic Pushes Back Gender Parity by a Generation, Report Finds
On WHO-Convened COVID-19 Origins Study
USS Fort McHenry Decommissions After 33 Years of Service
Studying aerosol dispersal by supporters at Netherlands-Latvia match
Secretary Blinken’s Meeting with Estonian Foreign Minister Liimets, Latvian Foreign Minister Rinkēvičs
FM on court hearings of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor
Defending sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine
Royal Navy leads an international task group of warships on a security patrol of Baltic
By Foreign Ministers of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and United Kingdom
Unemployment Rates, OECD – Updated 11 March
Extreme winter weather hits USA, Europe
Defence Minister Sajjan participates in NATO Defence Ministers’ Meeting 19 February