Allied command structures in the new NATO (Google eBook)

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Page 25 - It will enable all European Allies to make a more coherent and effective contribution to the missions and activities of the Alliance...
Page 26 - Taking full advantage of the approved CJTF concept, this identity will be grounded on sound military principles and supported by appropriate military planning and permit the creation of militarily coherent and effective forces capable of operating under the political control and strategic direction of the WEU.
Page 26 - ... grounded on sound military principles and supported by appropriate military planning and permit the creation of militarily coherent and effective forces capable of operating under the political control and strategic direction of the WEU. As an essential element of the development of this identity, we will prepare, with the involvement of NATO and the WEU, for WEU-led operations (including planning and exercising of command elements and forces). Such preparations within the Alliance should take...
Page 26 - WEU's Petersberg tasks into the Treaty on European Union and the development of closer institutional relations with the WEU. 18. As stated in the 1994 Summit declaration and reaffirmed in Berlin in 1996, the Alliance fully supports the development of the European Security and Defence Identity within the Alliance by making available its assets and capabilities for WEU-led operations.
Page 49 - The creation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in April 1949...
Page 27 - ... elaboration of appropriate multinational European command arrangements within NATO, consistent with and taking full advantage of the CJTF concept, able to prepare, support, command and conduct the WEU-led operations. This implies double-hatting appropriate personnel within the NATO command structure to perform these functions. Such European command arrangements should be identifiable and the arrangements should be sufficiently well articulated to permit the rapid constitution of a militarily...
Page 26 - NATO's military and command structures and, as appropriate, in contingency operations undertaken by the Alliance...
Page 26 - NAC; elaboration of appropriate multinational European command arrangements within NATO, consistent with and taking full advantage of the CJTF concept, able to prepare, support, command and conduct the WEU-led operations. This implies double-hatting appropriate personnel within...
Page 27 - NATO assets and capabilities, including the NATO monitoring of the use of these assets; and to report to our December meeting with recommendations for decisions. 9. As part of this work, we have tasked the Council in...
Page 27 - ... 8. On the basis of the guidelines agreed today, we have tasked the Council in Permanent Session, with the advice of NATO's Military Authorities: To provide guidance and develop specific proposals for further adapting the Alliance's structures and procedures; To develop, with regard to the European Security and Defence Identity with the Alliance, appropriate measures and arrangements for implementing the provisions of paragraph 7.

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