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Tbilisi, 26 May 2017 – The President of NATO’s Parliamentary Assembly Paolo Alli insisted Friday that stability in the Caucasus and around the Black Sea is inextricably linked to Western security. He cautioned Russia not to further increase tensions in the region and reaffirmed support for the aspirations of Georgia and Ukraine to move closer to the West.
Tbilisi, 25 May 2017 – NATO’s Parliamentary Assembly opens talks Friday hard on the heels of the Brussels special meeting of Allied Heads of State and Government, to take up some of the key security challenges discussed there: from the challenge posed by Russia and the fight against terrorism, to burden-sharing between European and North American allies.
Brussels, 25 May 2017 - NATO Parliamentary Assembly President Paolo Alli will be representing the Assembly at the Special Meeting of NATO Heads of State and Government in Brussels today. He will participate with Allied leaders in the handover ceremony of the Alliance’s new Headquarters.
Brussels/Rome, 23 May 2017 – “Last night’s horrific and cowardly suicide terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena deliberately targeting mostly young concert-goers is a sickening crime.
Brussels, 22 May 2017 - Exacerbated by climate change, food and water shortages in the Middle East and North Africa risk triggering more conflict and mass migration with serious security implications for the wider world, lawmakers from NATO’s Parliamentary Assembly warn in a new draft report to be discussed on 27 May.


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