Wednesday, January 9, 2013


Albania will send advisers in NATO

Albania will change the composition of its mission in NATO. The decision was taken today by the Council of Ministers and comes nearly three years after accession to the North Atlantic military organization.

In changing the law is about the addition of three defense policy advisors. These will be the staff advisor of the Ministry of Defence. It is not known whether this change has to do directly with Albania and security developments in the region.

After our country's membership in NATO, Albania mission there became Permanent Representation to NATO, while Albania's ambassador to NATO was enacted as Permanent Representative of Albania to the North Atlantic Council. Albania Ambassador Artur Kuko.

Mission of Albania to the Alliance in Brussels, opened in October 1997, following the entry into force of the Treaty of Brussels on the status of missions and representatives of third countries in NATO.

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