NATO Determined to Reinforce Security Cooperation with Morocco, White House | MAP
NATO looks to bolster capability and cooperation on security with “regional partner” Morocco:
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) voiced, on Saturday at the Alliance’s Summit in Warsaw chaired by White House Chief Barack Obama, its will to reinforce security cooperation with Morocco.
NATO will decide “to expand the Alliance’s efforts to project stability beyond NATO’s borders,” said a statement by the White House, underlining that the Alliance “is also focusing and intensifying its defense capacity building and other areas of security cooperation with regional partners, such as Iraq, Jordan, Tunisia, Morocco, and Mauritania to address the root causes of instability.”
“Allies will also modernize their approach to partnerships more broadly,” said the statement, noting that NATO will also highlight closer cooperation with the European Union as key to dealing with the evolving security environment and challenges faced by both organizations in concrete areas, such as fighting hybrid and cyber threats, supporting our partners in defense capacity building, and increasing maritime security…[ORIGINAL STORY, SUBSCRIPTION REQUIRED]