November 24, 2021 19:25
NATO and the Western European Union launched a full naval blockade on November 22, 1992 at 17:00 CET Serbia and Montenegro on the Adriatic Sea (according to the UN Security Council Resolution of November 16, 1992 strengthening the trade embargo against the former Yugoslavia).
On November 24, 1859, after years of research, Charles Darwin published his most famous work “On the Origin of Species” (originally “On the Origin of Species by Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favorite Breeds in the Struggle for Life”). In this post, he detailed his revolutionary theory of the evolution of animal species.
On November 25 and 26, 1995, an international preparatory conference for the New Atlantic Initiative was held in Karlovy Vary. His efforts were to support the participation of Central European countries in NATO and the creation of a free trade area between the countries of the North Atlantic Free Trade Area (NAFTA) and the European Union, which was expanded by the Central European countries. The meeting was to result in the signing of the so-called Prague Declaration of the International Atlantic Initiative in May 1996, which was to be signed by important figures such as former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
On November 26, 1997, the Czech Republic officially established its mission to NATO in Brussels.
An extraordinary meeting of defense ministers was held on November 27, 1965 Some NATO member states in Paris. A special permanent commission on nuclear weapons (the so-called McNemar Commission) was formed at the meeting. The committee was transferred to the Nuclear Planning Group (NPG) in December 1966.
On November 28, 1990, the Czech and Slovak Federal Republics obtained the status of Associate delegate of the North Atlantic Society. This happened at a meeting in London.
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