NATO members send ratified documents for Croatia, Albania’s entry

WASHINGTON, United States – As required, all NATO member states sent the US State Department their ratified documents regarding Croatia and Albania’s entry into the Alliance, NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer confirmed on Monday (March 30th).

Portugal and Slovenia were the last two countries to comply. De Hoop Scheffer is sending a formal letter of invitation on Tuesday or Wednesday, which means both Croatia and Albania can expect to participate in NATO expansion ceremonies during the Alliance’s summit later this week.

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