NATO invites Montenegro to become 29th member of alliance

By REUTERS
December 2, 2015 09:47

 
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BRUSSELS - Foreign ministers of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization invited Montenegro on Wednesday to join the US-led alliance, paving the way for the ex-Communist country to become the 29th member of NATO.

"We congratulate Montenegro," NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg told foreign minister to loud applause at the alliance headquarters in Brussels. "This is the beginning of a very beautiful alliance," he added.

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