Brussels, 22 February 2017 - On the margins of the Assembly’s Annual meetings in Brussels and of US Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to Brussels, Mr Pence, NATO PA President Paolo Alli and members of the US delegation discussed the importance of the Parliamentary dimension of the transatlantic relationship.
Brussels/Rome, 1 February 2017 – Following reports of heavy shelling around the Eastern Ukrainian city of Avdiivka, the President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, Paolo Alli, called for an urgent de-escalation of violence and respect of ceasefire agreements.
NATO Parliamentarians Attend US Presidential Inauguration to Demonstrate Enduring Commitment to Transatlantic Link
Brussels, 27 January 2017 – The Defence and Security Committee (DSC) at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly kicked off its working year with a visit to Washington, D.C. from 20-23 January. This year the annual transatlantic parliamentary visit was scheduled around the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump. The group’s visit provided a timely opportunity for European and Canadian lawmakers to seek their US counterparts’ views about the new administration’s priorities for transatlantic defence.
Brussels/Rome, 1 January 2017 – “The New Year began with a vicious terrorist atrocity in Istanbul. The attack on innocent people celebrating New Year at the Reina nightclub contrasts sharply with the international community’s efforts to bring peace to a troubled region. While the civilized world does all it can to avoid civilian casualties, international terrorists seem to revel in inflicting pain and suffering indiscriminately”, said Mr Paolo Alli, President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
Istanbul, 21 November 2016 – NATO’s Parliamentary Assembly on Monday called for a strengthening of the Alliance’s defences - including by increased investment to boost military capabilities - in response to threats from Russia, terrorism and instability in the Middle East.
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