Importance of civil-military collaboration in the Baltics

  • 2016-10-19
  • Doireann Mc Dermott
Tensions between Russia and the Baltic countries have flared up in recent weeks with Russia’s deployment of nuclear-capable Iskander missiles in its western-most region, Kaliningrad, which borders NATO members Poland and Lithuania. Amid the developments, Baltic NATO Civic Initiative 2016, held in Latvia by NATO’s CIMIC Centre of Excellence (CCOE), highlighted the importance of Civic and Military Co-operation (CIMIC). A delegation led by CCOE Director Colonel Wolfgang Paulik discussed in Riga ways to further enhance NATO’s civil-military co-operation in the Baltics...
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