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14 Nov. 2014

NATO marks two decades of cooperation with Kyrgyzstan

A series of events took place in the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek, from 10 to 14 November, marking the 20th anniversary this year of NATO’s Partnership for Peace (PfP) programme.

14 Oct. 2014

NATO and Kazakhstan mark 20 years of cooperation

A NATO delegation visited Kazakhstan from 6 to 10 October to take part in a series of public diplomacy events focusing on the 20th anniversary of cooperation with Kazakhstan within the Alliance’s Partnership for Peace (PfP) programme.

9 Oct. 2014

Regional security in Central Asia tops agenda in Uzbekistan

Experts gathered at a conference on “Regional Security and Stability in Central Asia: Key Challenges and Ways Forward” at the University of World Economy and Diplomacy (UWED) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on 3 October. The event launched a series of NATO-supported events marking the 20th anniversary of the Partnership for Peace (PfP) programme in the Central Asian partner states.

11 Jul. 2014

NATO Liaison Officer in Central Asia visits Kyrgyzstan

NATO Liaison Officer in Central Asia Alexander Vinnikov visited Kyrgyzstan from 9 to 11 July. It was the fourth visit to the country since his appointment in 2013.

8 Jul. 2014

NATO-supported Summer Academy in Tajikistan focuses on development and cooperation

The tenth NATO-supported Summer Academy took place in Romit, Tajikistan from 4 to 14 July. This year's theme was ''Central Asia after 2014 and beyond: regional development and stabilisation process''.

8 Jul. 2014

NATO mine clearance project advances in Azerbaijan

Jeyranchel, in northeastern Azerbaijan covers an area of about 62 square kilometres just along the Georgian border. From 1955 until 1991, the former Soviet Army used the site as a live-firing range. Unexploded ordnance (UXO) and mines remained, much of it hidden underground, threatening security and livelihoods.

17 Jun. 2014

NATO Allies and Partners mark the 20th anniversary of the Partnership for Peace amid Russia-Ukraine crisis

The Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC) met today to mark the 20th anniversary of the Partnership for Peace (PfP) which has transformed Euro-Atlantic security and NATO itself by erasing dividing lines, inspiring reforms and building peace and security through consultation and cooperation based on common democratic values.

28 May. 2014

NATO partners – building on two decades of success

More than 130 experts gathered in Brussels on 28 May to discuss “Partnership for Peace and Human Security”.

11 Jan. 2014

Statement by the NATO Secretary General on the 20th anniversary of the Partnership for Peace

Twenty years ago today, at the Brussels Summit, NATO Heads of State and Government took a far-reaching decision: to create a Partnership for Peace with the countries of the Euro-Atlantic area. Their vision was of a partnership that would reach across borders and ideological divides of the past; a partnership that would build peace and security through consultation, cooperation, and common action based on shared values of democracy, fundamental freedoms and human rights.

12 Feb. 2013

Ireland: an important partner in peace and security

This week, Anders Fogh Rasmussen became the first NATO Secretary General to visit Ireland. Over the past 15 years, the country has worked closely with NATO to promote peace and security in support of operations mandated by the United Nations, first in the Balkans and then in Afghanistan. Ireland has identified developing the capacity of the Irish Defence Forces to participate in multinational crisis-response operations as a priority, and also shares its expertise in areas such as humanitarian operations, peacekeeping and countering improvised explosive devices.

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