The NATO Parliamentary Assembly (formerly known as the North Atlantic Assembly) is an international organization for parliamentarians from the NATO member states. The Assembly was set up in 1955 and its headquarters and secretariat are located in Brussels. A number of non-NATO Central and Eastern European countries also take part in this cooperation. Non-NATO members may be assigned associate membership status.
The Assembly’s principal aim is to promote NATO’s objectives, and it is involved in most areas covered by the North Atlantic Treaty. One aspect of the Assembly’s work is to adopt recommendations to the North Atlantic Council and the member states’ governments and national assemblies.
Member: Aasrud, Rigmor (Labour Party)
Member: Foss, Ingunn (Conservative Party)
Member: Halleraker, Øyvind (Conservative Party)
Member: Myrli, Sverre (Labour Party)
Member: Tybring-Gjedde, Christian (Progress Party)
Substitute member: Bakke-Jensen (Conservative Party)
Substitute member: Ellingsen, Jan Arild (Progress Party)
Substitute member: Navarsete, Liv Signe (Centre Party)
Substitute member: Nybakk, Marit (Labour Party)
Substitute member: Syversen, Hans Olav (Christian Democratic Party)
The International Department is responsible for secretariat duties for the the Delegation to the NATO Parliamentary Assembly.
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The NATO Parliamentary Assembly.