Partnership for Peace

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Partnership for Peace:

see under North Atlantic Treaty OrganizationNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization
(NATO), established under the North Atlantic Treaty (Apr. 4, 1949) by Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, and the United States.
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The country is a participant in NATO's Partnership for Peace program.
The United Nations (UN) day, which was first celebrated in 1982 is being held this year under the theme: "Partnership for Peace -- Dignity for All".
The launch of the partnership for peace programme in 1994 was a quantum leap towards bringing together individual Euro-Atlantic partner countries and NATO, as a consequence of the new politico-security reality and the promise that the vision of Europe, whole, free and at peace may become reality after all.
The development of cooperation between the sides and interaction within NATO's Partnership for Peace (PfP) program was the subject of discussions during the meeting.
Sirojiddin Aslov and Alexander Vershbow discussed issues of interaction within the framework of Partnership for Peace Program, which Tajikistan joined in 2002.
He was addressing a conference on "ISAF withdrawal from Afghanistan: Bilateral partnership for peace and cooperation organized by South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA).
They reaffirmed that defence exchanges were an important facet of the India-China strategic and cooperative partnership for peace and prosperity," said a joint statement issued at the end of talks with Chinese leaders by Defence Minister AK Antony in Beijing today.
Serbia is not a full member of the alliance but belongs to its "Partnership for Peace" programme.
Once a year, Combined Endeavor, the largest security co-operation and military exercise in the world, brings together 1,400 communications professionals from about 40 NATO and Partnership for Peace (PfP) countries and international organizations with the intent to explore and resolve multinational tactics, techniques and procedures and improve interoperability between nations.
She said: "Our long-standing policy is to be a member of Partnership for Peace, like Sweden, Austria, Finland and Ireland, which provides for defence co-operation between NATO and non-NATO countries."

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