NATO Secretary General mentions Armenia in his annual report

 
January 29, 2016
 
 

“NATO Secretary General՚s annual report states that Armenia is working to deepen its partnership with NATO, particularly through sharing best practices and establishing joint training initiatives to further build gender expertise. 

The report states that NATO՚՚s Defense Education Enhancement Program (DEEP) is a vehicle for reform in partner countries.

'NATO currently conducts tailored programs hosted by 12 countries, with the support of more than 350 experts from approximately 70 allied and partner country defense education institutions. Based on requests from individual countries, DEEP provides a platform to connect expertise providers to defense education institutions in countries that seek to become intellectually interoperable with NATO', the report reads.

“DEEP also contributes extensively to capacity building. Within this program, Serbian servicemen advise their Armenian counterparts upon combining the military and academic education', the document states.

NATO Secretary General՚s annual report also says that in line with the NATO/partner countries cooperation project some plans have been implemented towards UN Security Council Resolution 1325, which relates to the construction of peace and security to ensure women՚s greater involvement.

“Several partners, including Armenia and Moldova, have expressed an interest in adopting a National Action Plan for the implementation of UNSCR 1325. Armenia is working to deepen its partnership with NATO, particularly through sharing best practices and establishing joint training initiatives to further build gender expertise”, the report reads.


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