NATO cooperates with a range of international organisations and countries in different structures. Below is a list of these partners with links to web pages on their relations with NATO as well as links to their information servers.
Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC)
The EAPC consists of all NATO member countries and the following Partnership for Peace countries:
|Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|The Republic of Moldova|
NATO's Mediterranean Dialogue
The following seven countries of the Mediterranean region are currently involved:
Istanbul Cooperation Initiative (ICI)
To date, the following four countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council have joined:
|United Arab Emirates|
Partners across the globe
In addition to its formal partnerships, NATO cooperates with a range of countries which are not part of these structures. Often referred to as "Partners across the globe", these countries develop cooperation with NATO in areas of mutual interest, including emerging security challenges, and some contribute actively to NATO operations either militarily or in some other way.
|Republic of Korea|
In addition to its partnerships with countries, NATO cooperates with a range of international organisations.
|Parliament, 1st Chamber|
|Senate, 2nd Chamber|
|Head of State / President|
|Ministry of Foreign Affairs|
|Ministry/Department of Defence|
|Military / Chief of Staff|
|National Mission or Delegation to NATO|
- Allies have suspended practical cooperation between NATO and Belarus, while maintaining dialogue, as necessary.
- Practical cooperation has been suspended since 2014 in response to Russia’s illegal and illegitimate annexation of Crimea, Ukraine, which NATO will never recognise. Political and military channels of communication remain open.
- Under the current circumstances, NATO has suspended all cooperation with and support to Afghanistan.