North Atlantic Cooperation Council
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The North Atlantic Cooperation Council (NACC) was a NATO organisation founded in December 1991 and was the precursor to the Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council. It initially brought together NATO and nine central and eastern European nations in a consultative forum. By March 1992, all members of the CIS joined, with Georgia and Albania becoming members in June of that year.