civil-military cooperation


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civil-military cooperation

Cooperation in peace or war between civil and military authorities, both NATO and national, with a view to ensuring an effective overall defense of the NATO area.
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State Committee for Television and Radio Oleg Nalyvayko participated in a two-day seminar on Strategic Communications in the Area of ??Joint Operations and Civil-Military Cooperation, organized and conducted at the Kramatorsk Ukrteleradio Press Institute with the support of the NATO Information Center and Documentation in Ukraine and NGO Medium.
He mentioned the recent the 3+1 meeting in Jerusalem in which US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo participated along with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, President Nicos Anastasiades and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the participation of the US in the Argonaut Multinational Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC) Exercise that took place recently in Cyprus.
The Italian contingent's Civil-Military Cooperation office implemented the project, which consisted of 17 solar-powered lights, according to a statement from the office.
"It is that civil-military cooperation in air traffic management that is at the heart of relations between our two organizations," Stoltenberg said, after meeting the EUROCONTROL Director General, Eamonn Brennan.
Buhari added: 'We will work towards strengthening of Civil-Military Cooperation in the fragile areas of the region to accelerate the implementation of the Regional Stabilisation Strategy.
NNA - Caretaker National Defense Minister, Yacoub Al-Sarraf, met this Tuesday with Austrian Defense Minister, Mario Kunasek, and the accompanying delegation currently visiting Lebanon, with talks touching on ways to strengthen ties between, especially in the military field and in terms of civil-military cooperation.
Therefore, the ROK has developed a national disaster management system and maintained close civil-military cooperation.
Representing the contingent commander, the officer-in-charge of civil-military cooperation, Major Abdul Wahab promised to contribute to the local community as has been the case so far.
This not only destroys the past, but also it destroys the common future, it was stressed at the BiH Armed Forces Hall in Sarajevo, where a symposium on the topic "Civil-military cooperation related to the protection of cultural heritage in crisis situations and potential consequences" was held today, organized by the Ministry of Defense of BiH, in cooperation with the Military Attache Office of the Republic of Austria in BiH and the non-governmental organization "WERK".
Civil-military cooperation as a vital part in the stabilization-process in Afghanistan: How its meaning different within certain deployed military actors?
Undoubtedly a behemoth challenge, and albeit worsened by poor civil-military cooperation, it is primarily to blame for consistently caving into the political pressure of its coalition partners, the JUI-F and PkMAP even as a sizeable section of the tribes are expressing their discomfort with the status quo that these parties' leaders seek to preserve.
Timo Hauschild, Head of CIP section of the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), Germany and Colonel (GS) Wolfgang Paulik, Director of the Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence