common infrastructure

common infrastructure

Infrastructure essential to the training of NATO forces or to the implementation of NATO operational plans which, owing to its degree of common use or interest and its compliance with criteria laid down from time to time by the North Atlantic Council, is commonly financed by NATO members. See also infrastructure.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The creation of the Silk Road Economic Belt should contribute to the creation of a political link between the Eurasian countries, national leaders, as well as a common infrastructure (roads, railway junctions, airports, pipelines, telecommunications, postal services, border control, customs, quality control of goods, etc.) along the route.
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The focus of the debates among the leaders of the Western Balkans will be the opportunities to strengthen European integration in the region and the implementation of common infrastructure projects, as one of the priorities of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
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After World War II, it was reimagined as a generic bureaucratic term, referring to projects of spatial integration, particularly supranational military coordination (NATO's 1949 Common Infrastructure Programme) and international economic development.

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