Atlantic Council of Slovenia on Partnership for Peace

The Atlantic Council of Slovenia assessed the Partnership for Peace agreement as both acceptable to and extraordinarily advantageous for Slovenia. The agreement also provides interested states with the prospect of cooperation with the NATO alliance and provides for the gradual inclusion of these states into the alliance. In this context, the NATO summit meeting in Brussels marks a turning point in the work of the alliance, the representatives of the Council told a press conference.

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