Koryun Nahapetyan, the head of the Armenian delegation to NATO's assembly, announced on Monday that Armenia will be continuing to develop its partnership with NATO in line with the repeatedly modified Individual Partnership Action Plan (IPAP).
Nahapetyan is also the head of an Armenian parliamentary committee on defense, internal affairs and national security, ARKA reports.
Armenia said it has confidence that the approval of a new Individual Partnership Action Plan will lead to strong bilateral relations with NATO in coming years. The new plan lays out joint activities through 2017.
The Armenian delegation also intends to actively participate in the activities of the NATO Parliament Assembly, according to ARKA.
Armenia recently worked with NATO on missions to Afghanistan and Kosovo. The country has 120 soldiers in Afghanistan.
Nahapetyan also said Armenia intends to send two people from Armenia to participate in NATO's Rose Roth workshop in Baku.
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