NATO Allies have agreed to extend the mandate of Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg by a further two years, until 30 September 2022.
According to a NATO statement, Allies expressed their support for the Secretary General’s work to adapt and modernize NATO and ensure it remains fit for the future.
Born in Oslo on 16 March 1959, Mr Stoltenberg is a strong supporter of enhanced transatlantic cooperation, including better burden-sharing across the Atlantic. He sees NATO and the EU as complementary organizations in terms of securing peace and development in Europe and beyond.
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Mr Stoltenberg has had a number of international assignments. These include chairing the UN High-level Panel on System-wide Coherence and the High-level Advisory Group on Climate Change Financing. He was also UN Special Envoy on Climate Change.
Mr. Jens Stoltenberg took up his post as NATO Secretary General on 1 October 2014. He was previously Prime Minister of Norway from 2000-2001 and from 2005-2013.
Photo courtesy: NATO
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