Serbia adopts new IPAP with NATO

Serbia adopts new IPAP with NATO

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Serbia has adopted the second cycle of the Individual Partnership Action Plan – IPAP with NATO for the years 2019-2021, the Serbian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.

It added that the adopting of the new IPAP is confirmation of an upwards trend in cooperation between Serbia and NATO. “It creates conditions to continue the regular structured dialogue on all issues of mutual interest and makes coordination in bilateral cooperation with NATO member states and partners easier,” the statement said.

The new document is based on Partnership for Peace principles of maintaining peace on a voluntary, flexible and transparent basis and its basic premise is Serbia’s clearly defined military neutrality policy.

The ministry said the IPAP would be published on its web site.

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