North Atlantic Council, formed in 1949, is the political decision-making organ of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). It is responsible of taking political decisions about issues concerning NATO members. Alongside the military eligibility of the organization; North Atlantic Council brings representatives into a common political ground in order to discuss and decide the policy of NATO regarding the referred issue or operational questions requiring collective decisions, providing a forum for wide-ranging consultation between members on all issues affecting their peace and security. Being the binding organ of the organization, NAC has the authority to implement an article, further shape the charter of the organization and so forth. In this very forthcoming session of ITUMUN, the North Atlantic Council will be focusing on the precise issue that has troubled the regional agenda: -Resolving the disputes and strengthening security measures in the Baltic Sea Region.