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66th Annual Session | 18-23 November 2020


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66th Annual Session | 18-23 November 2020


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President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly


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President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly


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The Assembly's Response to COVID-19


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The Assembly's Response to COVID-19


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Committee on the Civil Dimension of Security (CDS)


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Committee on the Civil Dimension of Security (CDS)


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Defence and Security Committee (DSC)


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Defence and Security Committee (DSC)


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Economics and Security Committee (ESC)


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Economics and Security Committee (ESC)


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Political Committee (PC)


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Political Committee (PC)


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Science and Technology Committee (STC)


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Science and Technology Committee (STC)


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Mediterranean and Middle East Special Group (GSM)


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Mediterranean and Middle East Special Group (GSM)


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Events & Outreach

Georgia

Following the August 2008 conflict in Georgia, the Assembly decided to strengthen its institutional relationship with the Georgian Parliament by creating the Georgia-NATO Interparliamentary Council (GNIC).


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Georgia


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Ukraine

In response to Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea in March 2014 and support for armed separatists in Eastern Ukraine, the Assembly unambiguously affirmed its support for Ukraine’s territorial integrity and political independence, and further intensified co-operation with the Ukrainian Parliament.


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Ukraine


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Rose-Roth Seminars, Parliamentary & Staff Training Programmes

The Programme involves a series of seminars focused on regional and topical security issues and parliamentary training programmes for Parliaments from Central and Eastern Europe. Recent Seminar topics include stability in the Western Balkans, Ukraine, migration and terrorism.


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Rose-Roth Seminars, Parliamentary & Staff Training Programmes


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Research Assistants

Research Assistant Programme

The NATO Parliamentary Assembly employs ten research assistants every year to work as part of the policy team within the International Secretariat in Brussels. Their main task is to contribute to the research and writing necessary for the drafting of Assembly reports and other documents.


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Research Assistant Programme


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