NATO's 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's Mediterranean Dialogue: more valuable than ever

NATO's Mediterranean Dialogue: more valuable than ever

17 Nov. 2014

Deputy Secretary General Ambassador Vershbow addressed the conference on NATO-Israel cooperation on Monday (17 November 2014). During his address, Ambassador Vershbow emphasized the importance of NATO’s Mediterranean Dialogue, given the huge security challenges faced by the entire Mediterranean region with wide-ranging implications for Euro-Atlantic security.

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NATO helps Jordan fend off ISIL cyber threat

NATO helps Jordan fend off ISIL cyber threat

01 Oct. 2014

Over recent years, cyber attacks have targeted key national security installations in countries around the world, from Estonia’s banking system to South Korea’s media network. To help counter this growing threat, NATO has been strengthening the cyber defence capabilities of both its member countries and its partners.

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Visit to NATO Headquarters of High-Level Opinion Leaders from Morocco

Visit to NATO Headquarters of High-Level Opinion Leaders from Morocco

27 May. 2014

A group of high-level Opinion Leaders from Morocco visited the NATO Headquarters on 27 May 2014, in the context of the 20th Anniversary 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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