JOINT COMMAND SOUTHEAST
JCSE HOSTS ANNUAL MILITARY CO-OPERATION SEMINAR
Joint Command Southeast (JCSE) hosted representatives from nine Partnership for Peace (PfP), two Mediterranean Dialogue, two NATO member countries as well as the representatives from NATO headquarters of southern region and PfP Coordination Centre at SHAPE (PCC) in Brussels/Belgium at the annual Military Co-Operation Seminar held in Izmir 15-17 May.
Representatives from the PfP nations of Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Kyrgyzistan, Moldova, Romania, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan; Algeria and Tunisia as Mediterranean Dialogue countries; and the NATO nations of Greece and Turkey represented in the seminar.
The seminar aims to discuss the issues of existing PfP program to improve relation among the countries to reach better military interoperability.
During his opening remarks, Gen. Tamer Akbas, Commander, JCSE, welcomed the participants and expressed his pleasure to host this seminar. General Akbas also stressed the importance of PfP activities of this kind for developing co-operative military relations between NATO and it's Partners.
Annual Military Co-Operation seminar one of the activities aiming to develop active military co-operation among NATO and its partners planned by JCSE this year.
Participants in PfP Mediterranean Dialogue 2001