22 Jun. 1994
- Both the Alliance and Russia have contributions to make to
European stability and security. Constructive relations of mutual
respect, benefit and friendship between the Alliance and Russia
are therefore a key element for security and stability in Europe
and in the interest of all other states in the CSCE area.
Both the Alliance and Russia welcome the progress already made in
their relations, including within the framework of the NACC, and
seek to strengthen them further.
- The signature of Partnership for Peace by Russia opens a
further important opportunity to develop relations through
practical cooperation in the fields included in the Partnership
for Peace Framework Document.
The Alliance and Russia agreed to develop an extensive individual
Partnership Programme corresponding to Russia's size, importance
- They agreed to set in train the development of a far-reaching,
cooperative NATO/Russia relationship, both inside and outside
Partnership for Peace. This relationship, aimed at enhancing
mutual confidence and openness, will be developed in a way that
reflects common objectives and complements and reinforces
relations with all other states, and is not directed against the
interest of third countries and is transparent to others.
- The Alliance and Russia agreed to pursue a broad, enhanced
dialogue and cooperation in areas where Russia has unique and
important contributions to make, commensurate with its weight and
responsibility as a major European, international and nuclear
- sharing of information on issues regarding politico-security
related matters having a European dimension;
- political consultations, as appropriate, on issues of common
- cooperation in a range of security related areas including, as
appropriate, in the peacekeeping field.