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Building Partnerships -- Montenegro
 
Over 150 chaplains and non-governmental organizations particpated as part of the fourth annual Interagency Chaplain Conference in May 2010, developing organizational plans on further cooperation to provide religious support during critical incidents (Photo: Adam Skoczylas)  

 

PROMOTING JOINT STAFF AND INTERAGENCY COOPERATION
IN THE ARMED FORCES OF MONTENEGRO

Professor B. Griffard, CSL
Dr. C. Nation, DNSS

The views expressed in the document are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the U.S. Army War College, the U.S. Department of the Army, the U.S. Department of Defense, or the U.S. Government.

 

SUMMARY

As Montenegro approaches its fifth anniversary of independence, the nation is actively pursuing membership in both the NATO and the EU, and looks to become a useful, contributing partner in both organizations. As part of that effort, over the past three years the U.S. Army War College's traveling contact teams have assisted the Armed Forces of Montenegro in the areas of joint staff structure, strategic planning processes, and national strategy reviews. As they strengthened their internal processes, the Montenegrin Ministry of Defense and the Armed Forces General Staff have come to recognize the key role that interagency cooperation plays in the execution of national policy and in the response to natural and manmade disasters. Learn more about these efforts in this short Issue Paper.


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