Updated: 14-Nov-2001 1993

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March 1993

1-3 Mar

On a visit to the US, NATO Secretary General Manfred Woerner meets with President Clinton, Secretary of State Christopher, Secretary of Defence Aspin, and key congressional leaders.

4 Mar

The President of Italy, Oscar Luigi Scalfaro, visits NATO Headquarters.

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8 Mar

Greek Prime Minister Constantin Mitsotakis visits NATO Headquarters.

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  • High resolution photos of the visit to NATO by Constantin Mitsotakis, Prime Minister of the Republic of Greece
8-9 Mar

The Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Field Marshall Sir Richard Vincent, pays an official visit to Albania.

9 Mar

The Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Lyuben Berov, visits NATO Headquarters. Czech Foreign Minister Josef Zieleniec visits NATO Headquarters.The Foreign Minister of Poland, Krzysztof Skubiszewski, visits NATO Headquarters.

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10 Mar

The North Atlantic Council directs NATO Military Authorities to develop contingency options for possible implementation of a UN peace plan for Bosnia and Herzegovina.

15 Mar

North Korea ejects inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and announces its intention to withdraw from the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) regime.

16 Mar

Italy conducts the first joint multinational CFE inspection led by a NATO member state with the participation of Cooperation Partners (Azerbaijan, Hungary and Poland) to verify a declared site in Romania.

18-20 Mar

NATO Secretary General Manfred Woerner makes an official visit to Albania.

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26 Mar

Czech Defence Minister Antonin Baudys meets with the NATO Secretary General and the Chairman of the Military Committee at NATO Headquarters.

29 Mar

Meeting of NATO Defence Ministers with Cooperation Partners to review progress in cooperation on defence-related matters, as well as to exchange views on broader security issues.

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