Chicago NATO Summit: Sunday official schedule

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The official NATO schedule of events for

Sunday 20 May 2012

09:50Doorstep statement by the NATO Secretary General l

13:30Official greeting by the NATO Secretary General and the President of the United States of Heads of State and/or Government at McCormick Place.

14.15North Atlantic Council meeting at Heads of State and Government Format l

Ceremony honouring NATO military personnel for service in operational theatres of the Alliance

Opening remarks by the Secretary General

Welcome by the President of the United States

17:25Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) Signing Ceremony presided by the Deputy Secretary General

17:25Press Conference by the NATO Secretary General

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18:00NATO Secretary General visiting the Missile Defence Exhibition in IMC

19:40Official Portrait of Allies’ Heads of State and Government, Soldier Field, Chicago

19:15Working Dinner of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs

20:00Working Dinner of Heads of State and Government

20:00Working Dinner of Ministers of Defence

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