Jens) may, until 30 september 2022 senior official of the NATO to stay. The 29 member states of the military alliance we have the mandate of the secretary-general extended by two years.
The NATO countries expressed their support for Stoltenbergs efforts to get NATO to modernize and suitable for the future. The Norwegian ex-prime minister had to know “honored” that he longer on his post is allowed to stay.
The sixty-year old) leads the alliance since 1 October 2014. His mandate was at the end of 2017 with a two-year extension to september next year.
) From 2000 to 2001 and from 2005 to 2013, prime minister of Norway. His predecessor at NATO, Anders Fogh Rasmussen from Denmark. This led the Dutchman Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, the alliance.
The alliance exists this year seventy years. NATO Foreign ministers meet next week, met in Washington to mark it.
Minister Stef Blok (Foreign Affairs) is present. He finds it good news that) for longer stays. “Crucial time for the alliance”, tweeted he. “I look forward to our excellent cooperation to continue. I wish you the best, Jens.”