Georgian, NATO experts review defence initiative in Tbilisi conference

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Georgian defense and security experts and their international partners are hosting a conference in Tbilisi on the Substantial NATO-Georgia Package initiative, Agenda reports.


High-profile officials from the host country and partner states, including Levan Izoria, Minister of Defence of Georgia and General Denis Mercier, NATO Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, launched the event in the capital earlier today.

Also involving Mikheil Janelidze, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and Desislava Ivanova, the Ambassador of Bulgaria to Georgia, the opening also included a panel on the SNGP benefits for Georgia’s defense capacity-building.

During this year’s conference, teams comprised of up to 175 experts on defense and security matters will discuss the results of work undertaken within the package launched in 2014.

Organised in Georgia for the first time, the conference involves the demonstration of the ways SNGP can become a recurring model for NATO’s Defence and Related Security Capacity Building initiatives with partner countries.

It will see participants review "structure, organization and implementation mechanisms” of the NATO-Georgia program and involve discussions on subjects including:

Interoperability of Georgia’s strategic and operational programs with governmental agencies, NATO member states and partners;


The concept of Total Defence;

Human, organizational, financial, infrastructural and educational resources.

The SNGP was launched between Georgia and the alliance for "strengthening Georgia’s defense capabilities” and "developing closer security cooperation” with NATO member states.

Financially supported by contributions from states including France and Germany, it has involved defense capacity-building and training activities as well as multinational exercises over the last four years.

The 2018 Substantial NATO-Georgia Package Conference will run in Tbilisi between June 4-6

 

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Georgian, NATO experts review defence initiative in Tbilisi conference

2018/06/1528191929.jpg
Read: 860     18:11     05 June 2018    

Georgian defense and security experts and their international partners are hosting a conference in Tbilisi on the Substantial NATO-Georgia Package initiative, Agenda reports.


High-profile officials from the host country and partner states, including Levan Izoria, Minister of Defence of Georgia and General Denis Mercier, NATO Supreme Allied Commander Transformation, launched the event in the capital earlier today.

Also involving Mikheil Janelidze, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Georgia and Desislava Ivanova, the Ambassador of Bulgaria to Georgia, the opening also included a panel on the SNGP benefits for Georgia’s defense capacity-building.

During this year’s conference, teams comprised of up to 175 experts on defense and security matters will discuss the results of work undertaken within the package launched in 2014.

Organised in Georgia for the first time, the conference involves the demonstration of the ways SNGP can become a recurring model for NATO’s Defence and Related Security Capacity Building initiatives with partner countries.

It will see participants review "structure, organization and implementation mechanisms” of the NATO-Georgia program and involve discussions on subjects including:

Interoperability of Georgia’s strategic and operational programs with governmental agencies, NATO member states and partners;


The concept of Total Defence;

Human, organizational, financial, infrastructural and educational resources.

The SNGP was launched between Georgia and the alliance for "strengthening Georgia’s defense capabilities” and "developing closer security cooperation” with NATO member states.

Financially supported by contributions from states including France and Germany, it has involved defense capacity-building and training activities as well as multinational exercises over the last four years.

The 2018 Substantial NATO-Georgia Package Conference will run in Tbilisi between June 4-6

 

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