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Partnership for Peace Members

The PfP program focuses on defense-related cooperation and goes beyond dialogue and cooperation to forge a real partnership between each Partner country and NATO.  PfP nations are committed to sharing the values of protection and promotion of fundamental freedoms and human rights, safeguarding of freedom, justice, peace through democracy, preservation of democratic societies, freedom from coercion and intimidation, and the maintenance of the principles of international law.

There are 22 PfP member countries:

Central Asia*
Kazakhstan

Kyrgyz Republic

Tajikistan

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Southern Caucasus*
Armenia

Azerbaijan

Georgia

Eastern Europe*
Belarus

Moldova

Russia

Ukraine

Southeast Europe Countries 
(Former Yugoslavian states)*
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Montenegro

Serbia

Republic of Macedonia

EU Members (non WIF)
Austria

Finland

Ireland

Republic of Malta

Sweden

Other

Switzerland

 

* Indicates Eligibility for Warsaw Initiative Funds (WIF)

What is WIF? Most Partner nations would not be able to participate in any PfP activities without financial assistance.  In July 1994 the United States established the Warsaw Initiative Funds (WIF) to help America's new democratic partners and to "jump start" Partner PfP participation with an infusion of readily available funds.  In general, the goals of WIF are to promote interoperability with NATO; increase the level of participation in PfP exercises; and support efforts to deepen defense and military cooperation between the United States, NATO, and their PfP Partners.

 

 

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