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Estonia hosted the NATO Military Intelligence Committee Conference

In May, Estonia hosted the NATO Military Intelligence Committee conference, bringing together leaders of military intelligence from allied and partner countries.

“This is a significant conference, with both substantive and organizational preparation requiring considerable attention and cooperation within the defence forces, as well as with various national organizations and NATO Headquarters in Brussels. I would like to thank everyone who contributed to the successful preparation and execution of the conference. These conferences are vital for NATO countries’ intelligence leaders to understand the increasingly complex environment and to comprehend the 360-degree threats and challenges,” said Colonel Ants Kiviselg, Commander of the Military Intelligence Centre of the Estonian Defence Forces.

The NATO Military Intelligence Committee format allows intelligence leaders to hold discussions on strategically important topics, covering a wide range of intelligence and security issues.

During the conference, threats directed at NATO, global challenges, current intelligence needs, and future trends were discussed. The discussions emphasized that NATO remains a strong alliance and a reliable partner, consisting of countries with shared values and interests.

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