NATO Parliamentary Assembly
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In a region characterized by a crisis of political legitimacy, insecurity and turmoil both along the southern Mediterranean littoral and across a vast area of the Sahara, Morocco has emerged as a vital bastion of stability.
17 April 2014 - Assembly President Hugh Bayley (United Kingdom) has welcomed the joint statement by representatives from the United States, the European Union, Russia and Ukraine.
Riga, 5 April 2014 - The leaders of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly affirmed their support for Ukraine’s territorial integrity and withdrew the Russian Parliament’s Associate membership of the Assembly. The NATO PA’s Bureau has been authorised to meet representatives of the Russian Parliament to explain the Assembly’s decision and to discuss options for future dialogue.
Riga, 5 April, 2014 - The Standing Committee marked the handover of the office of Treasurer from Senator Pierre Claude Nolin (Canada) to Mr Marc Angel Luxembourg. Having been at the Assembly’s financial helm for six years – the maximum allowed under the Assembly’s rules - Senator Nolin presented his final report as Treasurer.
31 March 2014 - Georgia remains firmly committed to seeking NATO and the EU membership and expects a meaningful signal of support from the Alliance’s Summit in September. Meanwhile, Armenia’s membership in the CSTO and the decision to join the Customs Union does not preclude genuine co-operation with the Euro-Atlantic structures.


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