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Helping turn Russian soldiers into civilians
A NATO programme aimed at helping recently and soon-to-be-discharged Russian soldiers prepare for lives outside the military is up and running in Moscow and should herald greater NATO-Russia cooperation in a range of fields.
Boosting efficiency in multinational operations
A programme is being established in Slovakia to prepare junior officers from future NATO members and Partnership for Peace countries to work more effectively in multinational operations and exercises. Starting in May 2003, it will offer three 12-week courses a year to a total of 180 officers.