Second cycle of the Individual Partnership Action Plan with NATO adopted
Adoption of the new IPAP represents yet another confirmation of the upward trend in Serbia's partnership with NATO, says the Foreign Ministry
The procedure for approval of the second cycle of the Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP) between Serbia and NATO for the period 2019-2021 was completed yesterday, said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
As stated, the adopted document has as its starting point a clearly defined policy Serbia's of military neutrality, the essence of which is the absence of a desire to join NATO or any other military alliance in the world.
"At the same time, the document testifies to the readiness to realize partner cooperation, to share responsibility in the realization of jointly defined interests and in facing security challenges that are indivisible in the modern world," a statement said.
Adoption of the new IPAP represents yet another confirmation of the upward trend in Serbia's partnership with NATO, says the Foreign Ministry.
The new document is designed in accordance with the principles of Partnership for Peace, namely voluntariness, transparency and flexibility, where we, in accordance with our goals and interests, together with NATO identified priority areas in which we can best improve partner cooperation, the statement said.
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