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

Secretary General welcomes Israeli President Reuven Rivlin to Alliance Headquarters

Secretary General welcomes Israeli President Reuven Rivlin to Alliance Headquarters

21 Jun. 2016

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg welcomed Israeli President Reuven Rivlin to NATO Headquarters on Tuesday (21 June 2016) to discuss NATO-Israel cooperation. “For more than twenty years, Israel has been a very active NATO partner through the Mediterranean Dialogue, the only security forum that brings together NATO Allies with Israel and Arab countries,” said the Secretary General. He stressed that NATO and Israel are taking cooperation a step further, agreeing to establish an Israeli Mission at NATO, headed by Israel’s Ambassador to the European Union.

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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 agrees Israel Mission to NATO

NATO agrees Israel Mission to NATO

04 May. 2016

The North Atlantic Council has agreed ‎to accept the request that an official Israeli Mission be established at NATO headquarters. The Ambassador of Israel to the EU will therefore be the Head of the Mission of Israel to NATO.

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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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