North Atlantic Council approves CMI and CIMIC Policy

We are proud to announce the approval of a reviewed NATO Military Policy – (MC) 0411/2. Topic of that document is Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC) and Civil-Military Interaction (CMI). The NATO UNCLASSIFIED document was approved on 5th of May 2014. We are proud to announce the approval of a reviewed NATO Military Policy – (MC) 0411/2. Topic of that document is Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC) and Civil-Military Interaction (CMI). The NATO UNCLASSIFIED document was approved on 5th of May 2014.

The policy that is superior to the CIMIC Doctrine (AJP-3.4.9(A)) is updating CIMIC through a new definition and further framing. It also newly introduces CMI that involves all military functions and disciplines.

The CCOE had been requested by NATO HQ International Military Staff to assist in drafting the document and therefore was strongly engaged during the process starting mid-2011.

As custodian of the CIMIC doctrine we are looking forward to further developing details of CMI and CIMIC on doctrinal level, together with our colleagues of the CIMIC Community of Interest. Because of the classification we will not publish the document on our website. For further information please contact CCOE Public Affairs office (pao@cimic-coe.org).

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