NATO Allies and Partners Discuss Maritime Security

On 21 November 2022, the NATO Military Committee invited Partner Military Representatives from Australia, Colombia, Finland, Republic of Korea, Morocco, Qatar and Sweden, to a thematic discussion on Maritime Security and related activities. Opening the session, the Deputy Chair of the NATO Military Committee, Lieutenant General Lance Landrum extended a warm welcome to the Partner Military Representatives and officials attending in-person and online. He highlighted that “because of its global dimension, Maritime Security is key to NATO and its Partners peace and security. They depend on each other to ensure…

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NATO Military Committee Highlights Importance of Readiness

On 20-21 October 22, the NATO Military Committee was in Turkey to visit the Allied Land Command (LANDCOM), the NATO Rapid Deployable Corps Turkey, the Multinational Joint Warfare Centre and the Maritime Security Centre of Excellence. After being officially welcomed by the LANDCOM Commander, General Williams, the NATO Military Representatives and Invitees were briefed on the current situation in the Land domain as well as the implications of the decisions taken at the Madrid Summit. “We are strengthening our forward defenses, increasing the readiness of our forces, boosting our ability…

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