NATO to establish liaison office in Jordan

11-07-2024 09:18 AM

Ammon News - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates has announced the establishment of a NATO Liaison Office in Jordan to strengthen collaborative ties with the Alliance.

In a joint statement with NATO, the Ministry highlighted the decision to open the office in Amman. Emphasizing the evolving regional and global security landscape, Allies at the 2024 NATO Summit in Washington D.C. adopted an action plan for a stronger, more strategic and result-oriented approach towards its southern neighborhood.

The plan clearly demonstrates NATO’s commitment to reinforcing engagement and cooperation with its partners in the Middle East and North Africa, including through the establishment of its first-ever liaison office in the region, in Amman, Jordan.

This decision, following the intent expressed in the Communiqué of the NATO Summit in Vilnius in July 2023, clearly marks a significant milestone in the deep strategic partnership between Jordan and the Alliance. It acknowledges Jordan's significant role as a beacon of stability in both regional and global contexts, and as a long-time champion in fighting transnational threats, including terrorism and violent extremism.

The Office, acting as a representative office, will bring NATO and Jordan closer, by enhancing political dialogue and practical cooperation in areas of common interest between the Alliance and Jordan.

It will enable regular engagement between NATO and the Jordanian authorities, thus contributing to a better-shared understanding of the national and regional context, and to the development and implementation of partnership programs and activities, including, among others, conferences, courses, and training programs in areas like strategic analysis, civil emergency planning and preparedness, crisis management, public diplomacy, cybersecurity, and climate change.

Building on nearly three decades of deep-rooted bilateral relations, particularly through the Mediterranean Dialogue, the opening of a NATO Liaison Office in Amman is a natural progression of the longstanding relationship between NATO and Jordan, which will only continue to grow.


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