TITLE

PRIMA OPERAÅ¢IE EXPEDIÅ¢IONARÄ‚ ÃŽN EUROPA CONTEMPORANÄ‚ (I)

AUTHOR(S)
ALEXANDRESCU, GRIGORE
PUB. DATE
February 2012
SOURCE
Review of Military History;2012, Issue 1/2, p60
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
NATO's first expeditionary operation came in the wake of the Dayton Agreement, signed in 1995. Consequently, the North Atlantic Council authorized the Supreme Allied Commander Europe to prepare the deployment of forces in Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. These forces initially belonged to 15 NATO members, but shortly after comprised contingents from several PfP countries, including Romania. The following article details the background and the steps taken by Romania in preparing for the mission.
ACCESSION #
85207314

 

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