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North Atlantic Treaty Organizaton

President: Regina Covarrubias Rosales

Chair: Diego Ortega Morales, Michelle Hernández Rangel, Daniela Castellanos Oropeza, Emiliano Bautista Sosa, Karla Campos Ronquillo


Topic A) Fostering defense capacity programmes for NATO’s partners, such as the Republic of Moldova, emphasizing on Transnistria´s occupation by Russian forces regarding the Ukrainian conflict

Topic B) Perspectives on reinforcement for seabed warfare, undersea infrastructure and security, ensuring NATO’s members safeguard regarding the damage made to Finland-Estonia submarine pipeline.

Background and faculties

As a political and military coalition, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) main objective is to uphold and guarantee safeguard and liberty for its member nations. Established in April 1949, in Washington D.C, the North Atlantic Treaty was reached with 14 points to ensure collective security after the events of the Second World War, aimed to counter the tensions and security concerns mainly in Europe. It nowadays seeks to foster international cooperation, consultation among allies and mutual defense. Comprising 31 member countries, NATO convenes the North Atlantic Council where all decisions are reached through consensus among all participating members. 

They aim to ensure the preservation of freedom, stability and security encouraged by principles of democracy and the rule of law, determined in accordance with the North Atlantic Treaty.

  • Military force might be provided to undertake crisis management operations conducted under the collective defense clause of the NATO’s founding treaty, around Article 5, in which has been defined that an armed attack against any member shall be considered an hostility against them all.

  • Enables and fosters political consultation among member countries regarding any issue of concern, especially those pertaining to the security of a member country to prevent further conflicts, as established in Article 4 of NATO’s founding documents. 

  • Involved members aim to enhance peaceful international relations by reinforcing their institutions, promoting a deeper comprehension of the foundational principles supporting these; just as mitigating conflicts at global economic strategies by fostering cooperation among each other.

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