Riga Conference 2016 discusses future of EU and NATO, Russian information warfare

  • 2016-11-02
  • Doireann Mc Dermott
Security issues remain on top of the agenda for global leaders and decision makers as they gathered for Riga Conference 2016, one of the most important events for defence and security in the region. Speakers reflected on the decisions made at the Warsaw summit this summer and stressed the importance of a collective defence. Russia disrespects neighbours Latvia’s President Raimonds Vejonis opened the event by underlining the need to maintain a well functioning EU and strong NATO. This speech was followed by the country’s Minister of Defence R...
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