Two-day meeting in Riga comes as concerns mount in Kyiv and Western capitals over Russian troop build-up near Ukraine.
Russian president says Moscow needs security guarantees from the West, accuses NATO of destroying dialogue mechanisms.
Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says NATO agreed a $1bn fund to provide seed financing to develop new tech.
Moscow has broken off diplomatic ties with the security alliance after spying allegations.
Staff at NATO’s military mission in Moscow to be stripped of their accreditation from November, Russian FM says.
Athens hails security deal, saying it gives ‘new substance’ to defence of European interests in the Mediterranean.
The security alliance has stripped accreditation from eight members of Russia’s mission over Moscow’s ‘malign’ activity.
Expulsion follows report that Russian spies linked to Czech Republic blasts are also implicated in Skripal poisoning.
The security pact between the US, UK and Australia did not cause a rift within NATO, but it is not helping, either.
Afghanistan is bringing Ankara and Washington together after years of acrimony between the two NATO allies.
Allies have raised the need to extend the deadline beyond August 31 in order to get more people out of Afghanistan.
We followed Afghan National Army soldiers during their first year fighting the Taliban in Helmand without NATO support.
‘Failure of the Afghan leadership led to the tragedy we are witnessing today,’ Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg says.
The group of nations said the Chinese government has been the mastermind behind a series of malicious cyberattacks.