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Membership history. Thirteen former member states of the PfP (namely Albania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia), have subsequently joined NATO.What is NATO's Partnership for peace?
After the end of the Cold War, NATO suggested to its former enemies in the Warsaw Pact that they create a framework for cooperation to build confidence. This gave rise to the Partnership for Peace (PfP) which was created as an instrument for cooperation between NATO and its partner countries in 1994. PfP is a key instrument for collective security.What is the Partnership for Peace (PfP)?
Ukrainian The Partnership for Peace (PfP) is a programme of practical bilateral cooperation between individual Euro-Atlantic partner countries and NATO. It allows partners to build up an individual relationship with NATO, choosing their own priorities for cooperation.What countries have joined NATO?
In 1999, Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic joined NATO, amid much debate within the organization and Russian opposition. Another expansion came with the accession of seven Central and Eastern European countries: Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia.