Commeeys cour Shee

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Ta Commeeys cour Shee (CcS) çheet er claare jeh Reagheydys Chonaant yn Atlantagh Hwoaie (RCAH-NATO) ta jeeraghey er troogal treisht eddyr Olteynyn yn RCAH as çheeraghyn elley 'syn Oarpey, goaill stiagh ny steatyn Lurg-Hoveidjagh; ta 20 steat nyn olteynyn.[1] Ta'n claare goaill stiagh shey ard jeh'n cho-obbraid as t'ad geearree caarjyssyn marish commee trooid co-obbraghey cahnaght-dys-cahnaght ayns ny reanyn traenal, cliaghtaghyn, plannal as freggyrt cragh, bun-chooishyn sheanse as çhymmyltaght, keirdaghey, plannal polaseeyn, as cooishyn reiltyssagh shivoil.[2]

Olteynys[reagh | edit source]

     Olteynyn Oarpagh yn RCAH (1994)     Olteynyn yn RCAH va nyn olteynyn jeh'n CcS

     Olteynyn y Chommeeys cour Shee     Çheeraghyn ta geearre ve nyn olteynyn CcS

Ta 14 aa-olteynyn y CcS nyn olteynyn beayn 'syn RCAH nish: yn Albaan, y Vulgeyr, y Chroit, y Phobblaght Çheck, yn Estaan, yn Ungaar, y Latvey, y Litaan, Montenegro, Yn Vassadoan Hwoaie, y Pholynn, y Romaan, y Clovack, as y Clovean. Er 26 Averil 1995 haink er y Valta dy ve ny oltey jeh'n CcS;[3] agh daag ee er 27 Jerrey Fouyir son e neaghtyraght y reayll.[4] Er 20 Mayrnt 2008 ren y Valta aavioraghey e olteynys CcS;[5] v'eh lhiggit ec yn RCAH ec yn ard-chruinnaght ayns Bucharest er 3 Averil 2008.[6] Car ard-chruinnaght yn RCAH ayns Riga er 29 Sauin 2006, va cuirrey sheeynit dys Bosnia as Herzegovina, Montenegro, as y Serb co-chiangley rish y CcS,[7] red ren ad[8] er 14 Nollick 2006.[9]

Olteynyn roie[reagh | edit source]

Olteynyn Heshaght Chonaant y Cho-Hauçhys[reagh | edit source]

Son ny smoo fys jeeagh-shiu er: Sheshaght Chonaant y Cho-Hauçhys

Olteynyn yn Unnaneys Oarpagh[reagh | edit source]

Son ny smoo fys jeeagh-shiu er: Yn Unnaneys Oarpagh

Olteynyn GUAM[reagh | edit source]

Son ny smoo fys jeeagh-shiu er: GUAM Organization for Democracy and Economic Development

Olteynyn elley[reagh | edit source]

Çheeraghyn geearree çheet rish[reagh | edit source]

Aa-olteynyn[reagh | edit source]

Aa-olteynyn yn CcS agh ta nyn olteynyn jeh'n RCAH hene[8]
Çheer Date kianglee rish yn CcS Olteynys yn RCAH
Yn Pholynn 2 Toshiaght Arree 1994 12 Mayrnt 1999
Yn Ungaar 8 Toshiaght Arree 1994
Yn Phobblaght Çheck 10 Mayrnt 1994
Yn Romaan 26 Jerrey Geuree 1994 29 Mayrnt 2004
Yn Litaan 27 Jerrey Geuree 1994
Yn Estaan 3 Toshiaght Arree 1994
Yn Clovack 9 Toshiaght Arree 1994
Yn Latvey 14 Toshiaght Arree 1994
Yn Vulgeyr 14 Toshiaght Arree 1994
Yn Clovean 30 Mayrnt 1994
Yn Albaan 23 Toshiaght Arree 1994 29 Mayrnt 2009
Yn Chroit 25 Boaldyn 2000
Montenegro 14 Nollick 2006 5 Mean Souree 2017
Yn Vassadoan Hwoaie 15 Sauin 1995[1] 27 Mayrnt, 2020

Note[reagh | edit source]

1.^ myr Pobblaght y Vassadoan roish Toshiaght Arree 2019.

Imraaghyn[reagh | edit source]

  1. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (3 Nollick 2009). "Partner countries". Feddynit magh er 23 Nollick 2009. {{cite web}}: Check date values in: |accessdate= as |date= (cooney)
  2. "Partnership for Peace programme".
  3. a b North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (26 Averil 1995). "Secretary General's Council Welcoming Remarks, Visit by Maltese Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Professor Guido de Marco, Wednesday, April 26, 1995". Feddynit magh er 30 Sauin 2006. {{cite web}}: Check date values in: |accessdate= (cooney)
  4. a b Bohlen, Celestine (12 Sauin 1996). "New Malta Chief Focuses on Neutrality", New York Times. Feddynit magh er 5 Averil 2008. "Within hours of taking office, Mr. Sant withdrew Malta's membership in Partnership for Peace, a NATO military cooperation program that is so loosely defined that its sign-up list now spans the spectrum from Russia to Switzerland. [...] Mr. Sant says none of those moves should be interpreted as anti-European or anti-American, but simply as the best way of insuring Malta's security." 
  5. a b Gambin, Karl (3 Averil 2008). "Malta reactivates Partnership for Peace membership". DI-VE. Er ny hashtey veih yn lhieggan bunneydagh er 2008-03-23. Feddynit magh er 3 Averil 2008. The cabinet has agreed to reactivate its membership in the Partnership for Peace which was withdrawn in 1996, the government said on Thursday.
  6. a b North Atlantic Treaty Organization (3 Averil 2008). "Malta re-engages in the Partnership for Peace Programme". Feddynit magh er 3 Averil 2008. At the Bucharest Summit, NATO Heads of State and Government welcomed Malta’s return to the Partnership for Peace Programme. At Malta's request, the Allies have re-activated Malta's participation in the Partnership for Peace Programme (PfP).
  7. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (29 Sauin 2006). "Alliance offers partnership to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia". Feddynit magh er 30 Sauin 2006. {{cite web}}: Check date values in: |accessdate= as |date= (cooney)
  8. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v "Signatures of Partnership for Peace Framework Document". North Atlantic Treaty Organization. 5 Jerrey Fouyir 2006. Feddynit magh er 30 Sauin 2006. {{cite web}}: Check date values in: |accessdate= (cooney)
  9. "Serbia inducted into NATO". Associated Press. 14 Nollick 2006. Er ny hashtey veih yn lhieggan bunneydagh er 2007-09-27. Feddynit magh er 14 Nollick 2006. {{cite web}}: Check date values in: |accessdate= as |date= (cooney)

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