NATO and EU to step up cooperation on military mobility

  • Jan Merička
  • 11.12.2017 10:37

On Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 December, NATO states' Foreign Ministers discussed the deepening of NATO-EU cooperation and signed a total of 32 new proposals to improve cooperation on military mobility, information sharing in the fight against terrorism, and support for the role of women.

The talks also touched upon the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's ballistic missile tests, the fight against the Islamic state and, above all, the question of Georgia's possible entry into the structures of the Alliance. The participants also confirmed their full political support for Georgia's commitment to NATO cooperation and eventual membership in the Alliance. Georgia is currently taking part in NATO’s Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan, where it is the largest participant outside the Alliance. Georgia's membership in NATO could deepen the crisis with Russia since it is a region of Russian interest, as is the case with Ukraine.

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