Warsaw Pact

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May 28, 2022

Warsaw Pact Organization It is officially called Treaty of Friendship, Co-operation, and Mutual Assistance; Russian: Договор о дружбе, сотрудничестве и взаимной помощи, Roman alphabet: Dogovor o druzhbe, sotrudnichestve i vzaimnoy pomoshchi), better known as The Warsaw Pact was a joint security pact between the Soviet Union and its seven satellite states in Central and Eastern Europe during the Cold War. The Warsaw Pact is a military addition to the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance (CoMEcon), a regional economic organization for communist states in Central and Eastern Europe. The Warsaw Pact was formed in response to West Germany's joining with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NETO) in 1955 from the signing of the 1954 Treaty of Paris, but it is still considered to have been formed because of the Union. The Soviets also wanted to maintain military control in Central and Eastern Europe, even though the Warsaw Pact was established to counter power or to oppose NATO. But there was no direct confrontation between the two sides. Rather, this conflict is based on conceptual and ideological battles. Both the Neto Pact and the Warsaw Pact have enabled the expansion of military forces and the integration of cooperation among their Member States. The largest such military operation to occur was the August 1968 invasion of Czechoslovakia by the Warsaw Pact parties (all member states except Albania and Romania), which made Albania. here