lead nation


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lead nation

One nation assumes the responsibility for procuring and providing a broad spectrum of logistic support for all or a part of the multinational force and/or headquarters. Compensation and/or reimbursement will then be subject to agreements between the parties involved. The lead nation may also assume the responsibility to coordinate logistics of the other nations within its functional and regional area of responsibility. See also logistic support; multinational force.
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Another example of a lead nation command structure was during the Korean War when South Korea put its forces under OPCON of the U.
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EU Foreign Affairs Council, meeting in Luxembourg today, in a statement stressed the importance of "reinforcing regional and international cooperation at appropriate levels, as well as providing assistance to lead nations, NGOs and the United Nations (UN), particularly the World Health Organisation (WHO).
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