The United Kingdom’s Joint Delegation to NATO is the link between the UK government and the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Its main roles are to promote British interests in NATO and to keep UK ministers and government departments informed about NATO discussions.
The Delegation works to ensure the UK plays a full and influential role in the North Atlantic Council, the Military Committee and across the spectrum of NATO activities. As a Joint Delegation the Diplomatic Mission is headed by an Ambassador to NATO, David Quarrey, and a UK Military Representative to NATO, Lieutenant General Sir Ben Bathurst
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