Partnership for Peace

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Partnership for Peace (PfP) is a NATO program for increasing cooperation between PfP nations and NATO members.

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Goals of Partnership for Peace

According to the founding document of Partnership for Peace [1] the goals of PfP was are: stability and security in the Euro-Atlantic area through cooperation, and the protection and promotion of human rights, freedom, justice, peace and democracy.

Members of Partnership for Peace

Member Year Joined
Albania February 23, 1994
Austria February 10, 1995
Azerbaijan May 4, 1994
Belarus January 11, 1995
Bosnia and Herzegovina December 14, 2006
Croatia May 25, 2000
Finland May 9, 1994
Georgia March 23, 1994
Ireland December 1, 1999
Kazakhstan May 27, 1994
Kyrgyzstan June 1, 1994
Moldova March 16, 1994
Montenegro December 14, 2006]
Russia June 22, 1994
Serbia December 14, 2006
Sweden May 9, 1994
Switzerland December 11, 1996
Tajikistan February 20, 2002
Republic of Macedonia November 15, 1995
Turkmenistan May 10, 1994
Ukraine February 8, 1994
Uzbekistan July 13, 1994

References

  1. http://www.nato.int/docu/basictxt/b940110b.htm

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