NATO and Armenia Committed to Partnership

Defense Minister Seyran Ohanian and Foreign Minister Nalbandian at a North Atlantic Council session. (Source: NATO)
Defense Minister Seyran Ohanian and Foreign Minister Nalbandian at a North Atlantic Council session. (Source: NATO)

Defense Minister Seyran Ohanian and Foreign Minister Nalbandian at a North Atlantic Council session. (Source: NATO)

BRUSSELS(NATO HQ) — NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Armenian Foreign Minister Edward Nalbandian and Armenian Defense Minister Seyran Ohanian on Wednesday,March 9 for talks on the partnership between the Alliance and Yerevan. The Secretary General thanked Armenia for its contributions to NATO’s missions in Afghanistan and Kosovo.

The two Ministers also met with the North Atlantic Council for an exchange of views on Armenia’s cooperation with the Alliance and regional security. The Secretary General welcomed Armenia’s commitment to the NATO Building Integrity Programme and the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325.

Stoltenberg also highlighted Armenia’s sustained cooperation with NATO in the areas of defense reform, enhanced interoperability, defense education reform and civil emergency planning. Armenia has been a NATO partner for over 20 years, developing political dialogue with Allies and cooperating on democratic, institutional, and defense reforms.

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