|Updated: 07-Jun-2001||NATO Press Releases|
(2001) 090 7 June 2001
Fifty-two representatives from twelve NATO nations (Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, United States) and twelve Partner nations (Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Ireland, Latvia, Moldova, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland) as well as associated military agencies are scheduled to participate in the seminar which is the tenth seminar in a series sponsored by the NADC and hosted by NATO and Partner nations.
Amongst the topics to be presented and discussed are:
The presentations and exchange of views on these topics will contribute to a common understanding on issues related to reserve forces and their use in air defence. NATO and Partner forces are of particular interest and relevance in light of the focus on enhanced and more operational Partnership as endorsed at the Washington Summit.
Poland will host the next Seminar in October 2001 on the topic 'Today's and Future Pilot Training to Meet Airpower Needs'.
Note to Editors
The NATO AIR DEFENCE COMMITTEE (NADC) is the senior advisory body advising the North Atlantic Council on all air defence matters and includes all NATO nations. The NADC meets twice a year with senior Representatives from PfP Nations.
For further information in Belgium, please contact:
Colonel B. Schouben/Major C. Paillot
Tel: +32 2 707 4763