Item Concise ENGLISH-RUSSIAN-FRENCH Dictionary on Russia-NATO cooperation 1998 - Concise English-Russian-French Dictionary on Russia-NATO cooperation

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Concise ENGLISH-RUSSIAN-FRENCH Dictionary on Russia-NATO cooperation 1998

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Concise English-Russian-French Dictionary on Russia-NATO cooperation

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  • 1998-01-01 (Creation)

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This Concise Trilingual (English - Russian - French) Dictionary of Military and Political Terms on Russia - NATO Cooperation is a joint effort of NATO (SHAPE) and Russian military' representatives (the Russian Delegation to SHAPE). This compilation of key terminology on NATO-Russia military cooperation has been developed to assist personnel involved in current NATO-led IFOR / SFOR operations and ongoing NATO - Russia cooperation activities. It contains terms used by NATO and Russian forces serving in Bosnia-Herzegovina as well as key terms of the NATO-Russia Founding Act, and of working documents on current NATO-Russia cooperation.

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All content taken from NATO and republished must be clearly credited or sourced to NATO. For material that was not produced by NATO’s own information service (the Information Division, the Office of Information and Press, etc) or that contains copyrighted material from third parties, requests must be addressed directly to the originator.

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