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- Military to Military Events
- Combined Isaf Deployments
- Civilian to Civilian Events
In 2001, The Republic of Albania signed a bilateral affairs agreement with the U.S. Department of Defense and the state of New Jersey thus officially establishing the New Jersey-Albanian State Partnership Program. Although the unofficial relationship actually started in 1995 with New Jersey sending advisor teams to Albania. New Jersey and Albania were paired because they share similar climate, terrain features and because of the large Albanian population within the tri-state area. The New Jersey National Guard works closely with the Albanian Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Education and other governmental agencies. Types of cooperation include military-to-military, military-to-civilian, and civilian-to-civilian events. The Republic of Albania continues to be a loyal ally to the United States and has deployed its troops in support of U.S. and NATO operations in Bosnia, Iraq, and on co-deployments with the New Jersey Army National Guard to Afghanistan.
After 2001, the use of traveling contact teams was introduced which included Albania sending representatives to New Jersey. In the last 5 years there has been a substantial increase of traveling contact teams which have focused on Leadership Development, Material Management, Administrative Programs, ISAF Deployment Preparation and Disaster Planning. The former Minister of Defense, Arben Imami, stated while visiting New Jersey that the State Partnership Program had a direct impact with Albania gaining acceptance into NATO. As both countries continue to lean forward to enhance relationships, the State Partnership Program continues to be the foundation and an example for all other programs. Military cooperation events continue to focus on enhancing U.S. military standards and procedures, as well as enhancing interoperability between Euro-Atlantic and Albanian forces. Annually, the program continues efforts to expand beyond the military-to-military relationships. Civil engagement initia...
The combined (New Jersey-Albania) Military Advisor Team (MAT) deployments in support of ISAF are the ultimate product of the State Partnership Program. The MAT deployment is an important part of NATO-ISAF’s contribution towards the development of the Afghan National Army (ANA). They serve as a liaison capability between ANA and ISAF forces, co-coordinating the planning of operations and ensuring that the ANA units receive necessary enabling support. Three rotations have already been successfully conducted with MAT-4 currently in theater and MAT-5 in the preparation phase. Once both portions of the team are selected for deployment they conduct initial mobilization training within their respective country. Then they link-up as a joint team in Albania and conduct mission training. The MAT then moves to Germany (JMTC/JMRC) for advance weapons training and NATO certification. Once the combined MAT is certified by NATO the team deploys to Afghanistan for a 9-month deployment.
Law Enforcement / Fire Services / Education New Jersey partnered with the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP), a Department of Justice program assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Albania, to conduct law enforcement donation and training programs. The Bergen County Sheriff’s Office has donated critically needed police equipment to the Albanian State Police for the last three years. Training programs have included K9 unit operations, Fire Rescue exchanges and most recently the NJ State Police conducted training with the Albanian Explosive Unit. Education programs have also been a product of this partnership; the Egg Harbor Township school district recently conducted a school supplies donation program and also conducts video teleconferences between NJ/Albanian students. The DARE program, introduced by the NJNG Counter Drug Program, has been a huge success within Albania by reaching over 12,000 Albanian children in the last five years.
Nagy described the collaboration between the US Embassy, Rutgers-Newark (New Jersey) and the universities of Pretoria and Venda as “very special” and said the commitment would enhance exchanges between students and academics from the two countries.
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