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It's time to stop the budgetary restrictions over defense spending...Slovak President Ivan Gasparovic the necessity for the "quality" of the funding earmarked and urged a boost to investment into the upgrading of the armed forces.
Xinhua quoted the Slovakian defence ministry's spokesperson Martina Ballekova as saying.
Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said Wednesday there will be no international forces in Afghanistan unless a bilateral security agreement is signed. Rasmussen said Afghan leaders and international force commanders would meet Thursday to
Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen stressed on Sunday that Ukrainian people must determine their own future. In a written statement, Rasmussen said he is closely monitoring the recent developments in Ukraine. Rasmussen reiterated his call for
Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen. Greece is hosting the meeting, which begins Thursday afternoon, as it currently holds the EU's rotating six-month presidency. Discussions among the ministers from the 28-nation bloc are to include the
Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said Wednesday he's headed to Greece for an informal meeting with EU officials and the Greek prime minister. Rasmussen's office said he'd spend Thursday and Friday in Greece, which is hosting an informal
Wednesday that current head Anders Fogh Rasmussen will stay in his post two months longer than previously expected to prepare and oversee the military alliance's next leaders summit in Britain in September. Rasmussen was initially due to complete his
Fogh Rasmussen gave assurances to President Tomislav Nikoli on Thursday that Kosovo security forces would not grow into an army (Tanjug) "Serbia is a key factor of peace and stability in the region," Rasmussen said during talks with Nikoli on the
So said the 28-nation alliance's secretary-general, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, during his monthly press conference earlier this week. Rasmussen, the former prime minister of Denmark, said: We continue to stand in strong solidarity with our ally Turkey.
Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen said Thursday the use of chemical weapons demanded an urgent answer from the international community but said a response from one member nation would likely be restricted to "a short, targeted, tailored