Centre for Security Cooperation (RACVIAC)
Established within framework of U-XF6140 - Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe, by bilateral agreement originally signed by Croatia and Germany, 8 Mar 2001, Zagreb (Croatia). Italy acceded 21 Aug 2002; Turkey 15 Sep 2004. Transformation process started 2007 and concluded and signed 14 Apr 2010, Budva (Montenegro), by 9 countries of F-XF6480 - South East European Cooperation Process (SEECP). New Agreement entered into force 1 Dec 2011, when current title was adopted, and when centre became a regionally owned organization with the status of a diplomatic mission with T-XT6106 - Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations. Greece completed ratification process, 2015.
Foster dialogue and cooperation on security matters in South Eastern Europe through a partnership between the countries of the region and their international partners.
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