Euro Atlantic Partnership Council (EAPC)
Conseil de partenariat euro-atlantique (CPEA)
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1991-12-20 Brussels Belgium
20 Dec 1991, Brussels (Belgium), at inaugural meeting, with the title North Atlantic Cooperation Council (NACC) -- Conseil de coopération Nord-Atlantique (CCNA), sometimes referred to by the acronym COCONA. Set up following decision Nov 1991, Rome (Italy), of a summit meeting of C-XC3005 - NATO. Comprises a forum of the E-XK1113 - North Atlantic Council (NAC) with its cooperation partners. Ministerial level representatives of 16 NATO countries, 6 Central and Eastern European countries and the 3 Baltic States participated in the inaugural meeting; the republics of the former USSR which form the F-XF2417 - Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) became participants in the process in Mar 1992, Georgia joined in Apr 1992 and Albania in Jun 1992. Finland also began attending as an observer in 1992. Slovenia and Macedonia joined in 1996. Current title adopted May 1997, upon replacing the North Atlantic Cooperation Council.
Function as a multilateral forum for NATO members and Partner countries of the Euro-Atlantic area to discuss political and security-related issues and develop cooperation on these and other issues.
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Meetings. F-XF3163 - Partnership for Peace (PfP), set up in Jan 1994, comes within EAPC framework.
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