NATO's Mediterranean Dialogue

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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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Mauritania: new crisis management centre

Mauritania: new crisis management centre

29 Jan. 2015

The Secretary General of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Decentralisation, Mohamed El Hady Macina, chaired the inauguration in Nouakchott of the Mauritanian centre for crisis monitoring, alerts and management (centre de veille, d'alerte et de conduite des crises - COVACC) on 29 January 2015.

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NATO and Mediterranean partners  discuss partnership, regional security with the King of Jordan

NATO and Mediterranean partners discuss partnership, regional security with the King of Jordan

10 Dec. 2014

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and the 28 Permanent Representatives to the North Atlantic Council discussed regional security and NATO-Jordan cooperation during talks with His Majesty King Abdullah II on Wednesday (10 December 2014) in Amman, Jordan. The high-level NATO delegation was in Jordan to mark the twentieth anniversary of the Mediterranean Dialogue, and was joined by the ambassadors of the seven nations (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia) participating in the partnership forum.

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North Atlantic Council in Jordan: Mediterranean Dialogue is 'more important than ever'

North Atlantic Council in Jordan: Mediterranean Dialogue is 'more important than ever'

09 Dec. 2014

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, with the 28 Permanent Representatives of the North Atlantic Council and the Chairman of the Military Committee, Gen. Knud Bartels, marked the 20th anniversary of the Mediterranean Dialogue on Tuesday (9 December 2014) in Amman, Jordan. They were joined by ambassadors of the seven nations (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Mauritania, Morocco and Tunisia) participating in the partnership forum. In an unstable world, “the security of NATO countries is closely linked to the security and the stability in the Mediterranean and the Middle East,” the Secretary General said during a special seminar commemorating the anniversary. “That makes the Mediterranean Dialogue more important than ever.”

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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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