Updated: 15-Nov-2001 1994

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January 1994

10-11 Jan

At the Brussels Summit, Alliance Heads of State and Government launch Partnership for Peace (PfP), issuing an invitation to all NACC partner countries and CSCE states able and willing to participate. The PfP Framework Document is published. The concept of Combined Joint Task Forces is endorsed, as well as other measures to support the development of a European Security and Defence Identity. NATO Heads of State and Government reaffirm NATOs readiness to carry out air strikes to prevent the strangulation of Sarajevo and other UN-declared safe areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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14 Jan

The Presidents of US, Russia and Ukraine sign a trilateral agreement in Moscow detailing procedures for the transfer of Ukrainian nuclear warheads to Russia and associated compensation and security assurances. US President Clinton and Russian President Yeltsin sign an accord bringing to an end the targeting of long-range nuclear missiles at each others countries with effect from 30 May 1994.

18 Jan

Elections for the Russian State Duma (Parliament) result in large gains for opponents of President Yeltsin.

20 Jan

The President of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Alija Izetbegovic, visits NATO Headquarters.

24-27 Jan

Second NATO/CCMS International Conference on the Role of the Military in Protecting the Ozone Layer. Participants pledge to meet the deadlines set by the Mon-treal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer.

26 Jan

Romanias Foreign Minister, Teodor Melescanu, comes to NATO Headquarters to sign the Partnership for Peace Framework Document.

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27 Jan

The President of Lithuania, Algirdas Brazauskas, pays an official visit to NATO Headquarters to sign the PfP Framework Document.

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27 Jan

A programme of military cooperation between Russia and NATO, signed in Moscow, provides for exchanges of visits by senior commanders and military experts and for joint exercises and training.