NATO, ATA e il futuro dei Balcani occidentali

Fabrizio W. Luciolli - Presidente, Comitato Atlantico Italiano e Atlantic Treaty Association
Prime Minister of Montenegro visits NATO

L’obiettivo della NATO e dell’Unione Europea nei Balcani occidentali rimane quello della piena integrazione. Attualmente i paesi della regione si trovano a un punto di svolta e il ruolo dell'Atlantic Treaty Association assume una rilevanza ancora maggiore nel favorire l’avanzamento della prospettiva euro-atlantica e le relazioni con l’Alleanza in un quadro di sicurezza cooperativa.

International Conference ‘NATO – Achievements and New Tasks’

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On 9th April 2015, the international conference ‘NATO – Achievements and New Tasks’ took place in Zagreb at the Military Academy of the Croatian Ministry of Defence. This event gathered more than 150 participants and was organized to celebrate six years of Croatia in NATO and the 15tth anniversary of the Atlantic Council of Croatia. The President of the Atlantic Council of Croatia, Prof. Radovan Vukadinovic opened the conference stating that NATO is going through a phase in which it needs to reposition itself and therefore the role of the Atlantic Treaty Association (ATA), the organization gathering all Atlantic Councils, becomes very important in informing the citizens and the youth about NATO’s role.  The Deputy Defence Minister Visnja Tafra said that Croatia has joined NATO to strengthen its own security, but also to contribute to the security and stability in the world. Tafra reiterated that Croatia is a promoter of NATO’s enlargement policy and that this position will be reaffirmed at the next NATO Summit in Warszaw. General Drago Lovrić,...