New Zealand NATO Deal: New Zealand wants a non-permanent seat in the UN

New Zealand and NATO have signed an agreement to enhance cooperation in the fields of military training, terrorism, intelligence and other related areas.

New Zealand Prime Minister, John Key and the NATO chief Anders Fogh Rasmussen signed on the agreement. It is a tribute to New Zealand’s recent cooperation in Afghanistan and other NATO led ISAF missions around the globe.

New Zealand deployed its troops in Afghanistan in 2003 and it has still 200 troops in this war-ridden country.

“The relationship and engagement between New Zealand and NATO has developed considerably over the past 10 years, mainly through our involvement in the NATO-led ISAF mission in Afghanistan,” Mr. Key said in a statement.

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is the organization that has a long track record of fighting against terror in various parts of the world.

Currently, almost 130,000 troops of 50 nations are working on a peace mission in Afghanistan and they are helping the government and the people of Afghanistan to come out of chaos.

The agreement was signed between the two in Brussels on this Monday well when New Zealand has been asking the world nations to help it get a non-permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council (2015-16).

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is the organization that has a long track record of fighting against terror in various parts of the world.

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