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Visit of Serbian Army Officials

Vyškov; Nov 3-6, 2009
Jagello 2000 organizes another official visit of officials of Serbian army to the Czech Republic.

Three high representatives of Serbian army are on the visit of the Training Command - Training Academy of the Army of the Czech Republic in Vyškov. They attend many meeting and seminars.

This visit is another project organized by the Jagello 2000 Association in cooperation with the section of military attaché of the Czech Embassy in Belgrad.


Seminar in Belgrad

Belgrad (SRB); Oct 28-30, 2009
We support the seminar "Emergency Preparedness Education in Belgrade with Recommandation of Measures".

The event is organized by the Serbian NGO Centar za analizu rizika i upravljanje krizama in cooperation with Risk Analysis and Crisis Management Center. The high representatives of the Serbian Ministry of Interior attend the seminar.


Conference 'New Challenges, Better Capabilities'

Bratislava; Oct 21-22, 2009
Conference attended by the high representatives of NATO and its member states takes place in Slovakia.

Ministers of Defence of NATO member states arrive to Bratislava for their informal meeting. On that occasion, the conference named  "New Challenges, Better Capabilities" is organized. New NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen also participates and holds his speech.

Representatives of Jagello 2000 Association and IC NATO were invited to attend the conference by their partner from Slovak Atlantic Commision, who are its organizers.

Official website of the conference can be found here.


Project Management Seminar

Istanbul (TUR); Oct 14-20, 2009
Official of IC NATO will take part in the week-long seminar of Turkish NGO TIKAV for representatives of organizations oriented at students of elementary or grammar schools.

Due to increasing number of countries involved in projects of Jagello 2000 or IC NATO, and also NATO activities in Muslim countries, the seminar topic ‘Action 3.1. - Overcoming Phobia in Youth Projects’ seems as important for future projects. The aim of the seminar is to create awareness why and how to overcome problems caused by phobias in projects focused on young people, especially xenophobia and islamophobia. More than twenty representatives of NGOs from seven countries (Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, Georgia, Italy, Slovenia, Russia, Turkey) will take part in the seminar.


ATA General Assembly

Kyiv (UKR); Oct 7-10, 2009
Jagello 2000 participates at the General Assembly of Atlantic Treaty Association (ATA).

We are members of ATA from the Czech Republic. As well as representatives of national organizations from other 41 member or associate countries, we will present our activities and plans in the field of public diplomacy.

The Atlantic Treaty Association (ATA) is an organization which acts as a network facilitator in the Euro-Atlantic and beyond. The ATA draws together political leaders, academics, and diplomats in an effort to further the values set forth in the North Atlantic Treaty.

The Atlantic Treaty Association seeks, through discussion and political channels, to support the values set forth in the North Atlantic Treaty: Freedom, Liberty, Peace, Security, and the Rule of law. As such, the ATA acts as a forum for debate in which member associations can realize common interests and democratic goals in the ever-changing security environment of the 21st century.


Serbian delegation visit to the CR

Prague; Sep 29-Oct 2, 2009
Representatives of Serbian ministries are on the study visit of the Czech Republic.

Representative of the Serbian European Integration Office Senior Advisor Ms. Sanja Mešanović and representative of the Directorate General of the EU Affairs (Serbian Ministry of the Foreign Affairs) Minister Counselor Mr. Slobodan Prosić are to debate about regional cooperation in the European integration process in context of Visegrad Group with high Czech representatives Mr. Jiří Čistecký, Director of Central Europe Department (MFA), Mr. Martin Svárovský, Deputy Director of Strategy and Analyses Office (MFA), Mr. Petr Vágner, Excutive Director of the International Visegrad Fund and Mr. Štefan Füle, Minister for the European Affairs.

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