NATO’s 32 nations on June 26, 2024, appointed outgoing Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte as the alliance’s next chief. Rutte will take over from Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on:

A. July 1, 2024
B. August 1, 2024
C. October 1, 2024
D. November 1, 2024


Correct Answer: C. October 1, 2024

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NATO appointed Mark Rutte as its next secretary-general on June 26, 2024, putting the outgoing Dutch prime minister in charge of the world’s biggest security organization at a critical time for European security as war rages in Ukraine. Rutte’s appointment was sealed by NATO ambassadors during a meeting at the 32-nation alliance’s headquarters in Brussels. U.S. President Joe Biden and his counterparts will formally welcome him to their table at a summit in Washington on July 9-11. The outgoing Dutch premiere will take over from the current secretary general, Norway’s Jens Stoltenberg, on Oct. 1.

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