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Our security cannot be taken for granted 2016

Prague; May 27, 2016
Jagello 2000 is preserving a unique framework of interaction and factual discussion between political representatives and expert public in the third national conference "Our security cannot be taken for granted".

It takes place on 27 May 2016 in the premises of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic. The role of the keynote speaker is taken up by an exclusive foreign guest, Alexander Vershbow, NATO Deputy Secretary General. Natoaktual.cz is a media partner of the event.

More information about the conference can be found here.

 

Meetinf with Defence Minister

Prague; May 6, 2016
Institute for politics and society holds a breakfast meeting for prominent representatives of the Czech security community and top managers of important companies active in the Czech Republic.

The topic at the breakfast will be migration and the correlated security efforts between the Czech Republic and the European Union. Additionally, addressing what security measures the Czech Republic and the EU have undergone, and lastly, analyzing the role of the Czech Republic, EU and NATO in these affairs.

These and other questions will be answered by the Minister of Defense Martin Stropnický and director of Jagello 2000 Zbyněk Pavlačík.

More about the event can be found here.

 

natoaktual.cz special summit section

Prague; Apr 18, 2016
Editors of the natoaktual.cz news portal published a continuously updated section about the upcoming NATO Summit in Warsaw.

The Summit will take place on 8-9 July 2016 and you can find in this section related news, analyses, details or link to other relevant sources. The section is in Czech only.

 

Albright to receive the Transatlantic Award

Bratislava (SK); Apr 16, 2016
Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and Czech diplomat and politician Michael ®antovský receive the Czech and Slovak Transatlantic Award (CSTA) at GLOBSEC 2016 conference.

The CSTA is jointly awarded by GLOBSEC organiser Slovak Atlantic Commission (SAC) and Jagello 2000 for outstanding contribution to strengthening the Euro-Atlantic relations and democracy and freedom in Central Europe. The active involvement of Albright contributed to the integration of former Eastern Bloc nations into NATO. Michael ®antovský was the spokesman, press secretary and advisor to President Václav Havel, and from 1992 until 1997 he served as the Ambassador of Czechoslovakia and subsequently (from January 1993) the Czech Republic in the United States.

You can find more about the GLOBSEC conference at globsec.org.

 

Seminar before the NATO Warsaw Summit

Berlin (DE); Apr 5, 2016
Jagello 2000 representative takes part at the seminar "NATO Summit in Warsaw - challenges and expectations" organized at the Czech Embassy in Berlin.

Aim of the seminar is to present the position or expectations of selected NATO member countries they have before the upcoming NATO Summit in Warsaw. Each country is represented by its NGO or think tanks, the Czech Republic' stance is presented by Zbyněk Pavlačík, Chairman of Jagello 2000.

The event is organized by the Polish Defence Ataché and is intended for the representatives of the German Defence Ministry, Foreign Ministry, Chancellery, think tanks or defence atachés of NATO member countries.

 

IC NATO is a MiniMUN partner

Prague; Apr 2, 2016
NATO IC supports the MiniMUN, a unique event simulating a crisis session of the UN's body.

Established in the spring of 2013, MiniMUN is a unique project put forward by Model United Nations Prague. The objective is to simulate an unprecedented crisis to delegates of one of the smaller UN bodies and have them respond to this situation within less than 10 hours by submitting just one resolution.

NATO IC is a partner of this project and provides for it also its premises.

 
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