Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC)

Centre euro-atlantique de coordination des réactions en cas de catastrophe

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Established 29 May 1998, on approval by Ministers of Foreign Affairs of C-XC0004 - Euro Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC) within the framework of C-XC3005 - NATO. Together with E-XK1868 - Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Unit (EADRU), based on a proposal by the Russian Federation for enhanced practical cooperation in the field of international disaster relief and on NATO policy on cooperation for disaster assistance in peacetime. Office officially opened 3 Jun 1998. Former title in English: Euro-Atlantic Disaster Relief Coordination Centre (EADRCC).


In close consultation with UN-OCHA, coordinate EAPC response to any disaster occurring within the geographical area of EAPC, the Mediterranean Dialogue and Istanbul Cooperation Initiative countries; promote and contribute to interoperability through joint training and exercises; develop appropriate plans and procedures for the use of EADRU.


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Based at NATO Headquarters, Brussels (Belgium); part of NATO's international staff. Open to representatives of the United Nations and of NATO military authorities.


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