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NATO Secretary General sends season’s greetings to Allied troops
18 Dec. 2014

NATO Secretary General sends season’s greetings to Allied troops

Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg thanked Allied troops serving under the NATO flag in different missions in a video message released on Thursday (18 December 2014). Mr. Stoltenberg spoke of his admiration for the personnel serving the Alliance from Afghanistan to the Balkans, and from Turkey to the Baltics. “This holiday season, we reflect how fortunate we are to enjoy the benefits of peace and freedom,” the NATO Secretary General said. “We give our thanks to all those who keep us safe”, he added.

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