Mediterranean Dialogue

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Background

NATO Mediterranean Dialogue

NATO Mediterranean Dialogue

NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue was initiated in 1994 by the North Atlantic Council. It currently involves seven non-NATO countries of the Mediterranean region: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia.

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News

NATO agrees Jordan Mission to NATO

NATO agrees Jordan Mission to NATO

04 May. 2016

The North Atlantic Council has agreed ‎to accept the request to accredit the Embassy of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to Belgium as Mission to NATO. The Ambassador of Jordan to Belgium will therefore be the Head of the Mission of Jordan to NATO.

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NATO Secretary General discusses partnership with the King of Jordan

NATO Secretary General discusses partnership with the King of Jordan

17 Mar. 2016

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed His Majesty King Abdullah II to NATO Headquarters on Thursday (17 March 2016) for talks on the Alliance’s partnership with Jordan and regional security challenges. Mr. Stoltenberg underscored NATO’s commitment to Jordan and praised the country’s role as an active member of NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue.

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High-Level Officers from Egypt visit NATO to discuss NATO-Egypt Cooperation

High-Level Officers from Egypt visit NATO to discuss NATO-Egypt Cooperation

12 Jan. 2016 - 13 Jan. 2016

On 12-13 January, a delegation of high-level officers from Egypt’s Ministry of Defence, visited NATO Headquarters as part of a three-day visit to HQ and SHAPE for discussions with officials from the Alliance’s International Staff and International Military Staff in the framework of the Mediterranean Dialogue.

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FAQs

NATO's Mediterranean Dialogue & Istanbul Cooperation Initiative - Questions & Answers

What is the difference between NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue and the Istanbul Cooperation Initiative?

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