Consultations on Civil Preparedness and Crisis Management with Montenegro

  • 20 Jun. 2016 -
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  • Last updated: 21 Jun. 2016 09:13

An inter-agency delegation from Montenegro met with Civil Preparedness and Crisis management experts at NATO headquarters on Monday (20 June) to take forward Montenegro’s efforts towards integration into Alliance Civil Emergency Planning.

Mirsad Mulic, Director General of the Ministry of Interior, Directorate of Emergency Management of Montenegro with Dragana Radulovic, Head of the Mission of Montenegro to NATO and Patrick Turner, NATO Assistant Secretary General for Operations

NATO civil preparedness looks at aspects of national planning which affect continuity of essential services to the population, and civil support to military operations.

The group was welcomed by Assistant Secretary General for Operations, Mr. Patrick Turner, and also met with representatives from Allied nations. The delegation was led by the Director General of the Ministry of Interior of Montenegro, Mr. Mirsad Mulić, and included representatives from Montenegro’s ministries of Interior, Health, Transport, Communications, Agriculture and Economy, as well as the Foreign Office and the Ministry of Defence.