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HOW THE NATO SECURITY INVESTMENT PROGRAM (NSIP) COMPLEX PROJECTS ARE REALIZED

Ștefan Daniel COTIGA

Abstract


NATO Security Investment Programs (NSIP) is a long-term program designed to build new infrastructure assets or improve existing infrastructure elements on member states or partner countries territory and is jointly funded by all member states. Since its establishment until now, this program has been a symbol for member countries for the effective sharing of obligations and benefits, and for those outside the Alliance a demonstration of the permanent involvement of its members in the joint defense of NATO populations and territories.

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