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Aktuality

Czechoslovak intelligence and nuclear warning

Prague; Mar 21, 2012
IC NATO prepared another discussion, this time focused on the presentation of the intelligence services' archives.

Historians revealed exclusive sources of information about the Warsaw Pact defence measures in the decade prior to the fall of totalitarian regimes in Central and Eastern Europe. The presentation and discussion will be lead by PhDr. Pavel Žáček, Ph.D from the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes.

 

Presentation for German teachers

Prague; Mar 6, 2012
Officials of the German Ministry of Defence asked IC NATO to organize a lecture about its activities and Czech participation in NATO.

The lecture and presentation will be a part of the study trip for 40 German teachers to the Czech Republic, which is organized by the Ministry. The lecture will be hold in Prague by Gen. Petr Pavel, Deputy Chief  of Staff of the Czech Army.

 

NATO Days were presented to defence attachés

Prague; Mar 2, 2012
One of the most important activities securing the international participation at NATO Days in Ostrava & Czech Air Force Days was hold in Prague, where organizers' representatives presented the event to defence attachés of foreign countries.

Chairman of the Jagello 2000 Association Zbynek Pavlacik together with Czech Air Force Commander Gen Jiri Verner recapitulated the last year's and introduced the intentions to this year's edition, including the actual situation regarding confirmed coutries' participation. They did not forget to thank attachés for cooperation in negotiation, because it them who are very often the important connecting link between participants and organizers. 

All attachés were of course invited by Pavlacik and Verner to attend the show directly at the Ostrava Leos Janacek Airport, where the event takes place. Special invitation went to the seven countries, which became NATO's candidate states ten years ago at the NATO Summit in Prague. Of these countries, Lithuania, Slovakia and Slovenia already responded positively.


 

NATO Days again at European Airshow Council

Brussels; Feb 23-25, 2012
Jagello 2000 official participated as main organizers of the NATO Days in Ostrava and the only Czech representatives at the convention of the European Airshow Council.

The convention is annual meeting of airshow organizers, participants, air forces or private subjects in aerial branch. It was visited by almost 200 representatives not only from Europe, but also from the USA, Russia, Asia or South Africa.

The purpose of this convention is to keep in touch and to meet other organizers and participants, and to share experience and to see the trends in organizing, security or operations. This year's programme was focused on airshow and air display security and quality, and several real cases were analyzed. 


Informational stand of the NATO Days in Ostrava & Czech Air Force Days


 


Jacques Bothelin, Breitling Jet Team manager (in black shirt) with Sean Maffett, former Royal Air Force navigator and longtime airshow commentator (esp. Air Tatoo)

     


Captain Fatih Kizil, number 2 in the Turkish Stars formation, with Zbyněk Pavlačík, Jagello 2000 chairman

 


Chairman of the EAC Board Gilbert Buekenberghs in NATO Days stand

 

 

NATO Days' Exhibition

Brussels; Jan 23-27, 2012
The exhibition of photos from the first ten years of NATO Days in Ostrava was opened in the NATO headquarters in Brussels.

The exhibition co-organized by the Jagello 2000 Association and the Permanent Delegation of the Czech Republic to NATO was officialy opened by Zbynek Pavlacik, Jagello 2000 chairman, and Martin Povejsil, Czech Ambassador to NATO. It is located in the visitors' area of the NATO HQ, where it can be seen this week. The exhibition is organized on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of NATO Days in Ostrava and its purpose is to thank to the North Atlantic Alliance for the long-term support in the means of financial assets, traditional participation of the AWACS planes from Geilenkirchen,  the exposition of NATO Public Diplomacy Division, but also for the great contribution to our security.

NATO Days in Ostrava are also supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Moravian-Silesian Region and Statutory city of Ostrava.

 

Informal debate with Matin Povejsil

Prague; Jan 5, 2012
After on year the NATO Information Centre prepared the round-table with the Czech Ambassador to NATO Martin Povejsil and Czech security community members.

The main topics of the debate is recenty ended NATO's missions in Libya and Iraq and the upcoming NATO summit in Chicago.

 
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