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NATO after the Summit, Slovenia after the Invitation

At the NATO Alliance summit that took place in Prague on 21 and 22 November, the leaders of the NATO member countries adopted a number of decisions that point to a new direction in the development of the Alliance. The decisions that were adopted confirm the efforts to respond to the challenges of the 21st century. Form an organisation founded 53 years ago during the Cold War, the Alliance has transformed itself into a modern and broad coalition of nations defending peace and stability in the world.

The Prague Summit was also significant for seven candidate countries for NATO membership: Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia, which were invited to join the Alliance at Prague. An intensive process of final preparations for membership awaits these countries up to the next summit in 2004.

NATO after Prague

Prague Summit Declaration

Slovenia after the Invitation

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