Welcome on the European Army Interoperability Center - Finabel

Finabel
"Committed to interoperability of European Armies"
Finabel is the Army Interoperability Center comprised of 22 Member states of the European Union to promote interoperability between its Members.



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THE MEMBER STATES

As of 2017, membership will consists of 22 countries.

  • 1953 - France
  • 1953 - Italia
  • 1953 - Luxembourg
  • 1953 - Belgium
  • 1953 - Nederlands
  • 1956 - Germany
  • 1973 - United Kingdom
  • 1990 - Spain
  • 1996 - Greece
  • 1996 - Portugal
  • 2006 - Poland
  • 2006 - Slovakia
  • 2008 - Cyprus
  • 2008 - Finland
  • 2008 - Romania
  • 2010 - Malta
  • 2012 - Czech Republic
  • 2015 - Sweden
  • 2015 - Hungary
  • 2016 - Latvia
  • 2016 - Slovenia
  • 2017 - Croatia

GENERAL PRINCIPLES

The missions of Finabel are :

  • To promote and to facilitate the interoperability of the armies
  • The harmonisation of concepts, doctrines and procedures
  • To work towards the development of a common European understanding of defence problems

Finabel takes its decisions based on consensus and equality between its Member states.

The organisation expresses itself through reports entrusted to working groups, which produce 'studies', 'agreements' or 'conventions'.

The proposal and recommendations that result from Finabel’s work can be freely applied.