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Serbian Government Adopts New IPAP with NATO

Belgrade, 8 November 2019- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that the procedure for adopting the second cycle of the Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP) between Serbia and NATO for the period 2019-2021 has been completed today. The adoption of the new IPAP is another confirmation of the upward trend in our country's partnership with NATO. It also creates conditions for continuing regular and structured dialogue on all issues of mutual interest, and facilitates the coordination of bilateral cooperation with NATO members and partners. Like the first IPAP cycle, which has been successfully implemented by both parties in the past, the new document was drafted in accordance with the principles of the Partnership for Peace, namely voluntariness, transparency and flexibility. In line with our goals and interests, together with NATO, we have identified priority areas where we can best enhance partnerships. Also, given that IPAP is the highest mechanism for NATO's cooperation with partner countries that have no aspirations for NATO membership, the adopted document clearly defining the policy of Serbia's military neutrality.

Press Release of the Government of the Republic of Serbia


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