NATO summit

Russia dismisses threat perceived by NATO as "non-existent"

Russia has accused NATO of "demonization" after the military alliance pledged to up the number of troops on its eastern flank in the face of what Moscow claims is a "non-existent" threat.

NATO leaders close ranks in Warsaw, but differences on Russia remain

NATO leaders joined forces this week at a summit meant to underline their unity in the face of Russian aggression. But not all agree on how best to manage the frayed relationship with Moscow.

Cameron: Britain could cooperate with EU defence missions post-Brexit

Britain could cooperate with EU defence operations even after it leaves the European bloc, Prime Minister David Cameron said Saturday.

Croatia and Afghanistan sign agreement on comprehensive cooperation

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai signed an agreement on comprehensive cooperation on the margins of the NATO summit in Warsaw on Saturday.

Croatian president says NATO summit very successful

NATO is very well adapting to new security conditions and is not an outdated instrument but has shown its importance by being flexible, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said on Saturday...

NATO continues Afghanistan mission, Croatia to increase its contingent

Participants in the two-day NATO summit meeting in Warsaw confirmed on Saturday that the alliance would continue performing its duties in the peace mission in Afghanistan after 2016, and Croatia...

Croatia to contribute to greater NATO presence in Eastern Europe with one company

Croatia will contribute to NATO's presence in Eastern Europe most probably with one company that will be integrated in a German-Dutch contingent, President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic, who is heading...