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.
Allies have raised the need to extend the deadline beyond August 31 in order to get more people out of Afghanistan.
‘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.
Withdrawal a clear indication that the last of 2,500-3,500 US troops have left Afghanistan or are nearing a departure.
Furious response comes after NATO leaders pledged to counter ‘systemic challenges’ Chinese policies pose.
After meeting US president, the Turkish leader says no Turkey-US issue cannot be resolved, despite months of animosity.
Beijing’s behaviour is challenging the ‘rules-based international order’, transatlantic security alliance says.
Expected statement would mark a first for the Western alliance, which is historically focused on Russia.