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09.04.2003|Ministry of Defence

PRESS RELEASE no 106 Secretary General of the Estonian Ministry of Defence Indrek Kannik to visit Germany

Today, on November 25, the Secretary General of the Estonian Ministry of Defence Indrek Kannik left for a three day visit to Germany in order to meet the Secretary General of German Ministry of Defence dr. Peter Eickenboom. The Secretaries will discuss thToday, on November 25, the Secretary General...
09.04.2003|Ministry of Defence

PRESS RELEASE no 81 Estonia and Germany to discuss defence co-operation

The delegations of the Estonian and German Ministries of Defence will meet today in Berlin to analyze this year’s and to discuss next year’s mutual defence co-operation plan. The delegations of the Estonian and German Ministries of Defence will meet today in Berlin to analyze this year’s and to...
09.04.2003|Ministry of Defence

PRESS RELEASE nr. 64 EAPC Defence Ministers in Brussels

The Minister of Defence Sven Mikser and the Defence policy Deputy Secretary General Margus Kolga will fly to Brussels today in order to participate in a two-day NATO Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council meeting for Defence Ministers.The Minister of Defence Sven Mikser and the Defence policy Deputy...
09.04.2003|Ministry of Defence

PRESS RELEASE no 111 Baltic Defence Ministers signed Joint Communiqué

The Baltic Ministers of Defence signed during the meeting today in Riga two important documents - the Joint Communiqué of the Ministerial Committee and the 2003-year-plan of co-operation between the three Ministries of Defence and the Defence Forces. The   The Baltic Ministers of Defence signed...
09.04.2003|Ministry of Defence

PRESS RELEASE no 86 Press-Conference: The fourth ANP of Estonia

The press conference in the Ministry of Defence on Monday, September 23 at 1p.m. will focus on the latest developments of Estonia to join NATO and on introducing the principles of the Estonian Annual National Plan 2002/3 (ANP). The press conference in the Ministry of Defence on Monday, September...
09.04.2003|Ministry of Defence

PRESS RELEASE nr. 69 Nordic-Baltic and US Defence Ministers' meeting in Tallinn

Today the meeting of Nordic-Baltic and US Defence Ministers’ and high rank delegations of the ministries took place in Tallinn (5+3+1 Meeting). The main topics discussed were new directions in the fight against terrorism, the development of operational caToday the meeting of Nordic-Baltic and US...
09.04.2003|Ministry of Defence

PRESS RELEASE no 100 Estonian Minister of Defence and Danish Chief of Defence to discuss co-operation

Today, on October 30 the Estonian Minister of Defence Sven Mikser and the Danish Chief of Defence General Hans Helsǿ met in Tallinn in order to discuss Estonian-Danish defence co-operation and Estonia’s integration into NATO.Today, on October 30 the Estonian Minister of Defence Sven Mikser and the...
09.04.2003|Ministry of Defence

PRESS RELEASE nr. 74 Minister of Defence Sven Mikser met with the Japanese Defence Attache

The Minister of Defence Sven Mikser met today with the freshly appointed Japanese Defence Attache to Estonia Colonel Hisanori Kato during the latter’s welcome visit to the Estonian Ministry of Defence.During the meeting the sides discussed possible future Estonian-Japanese defence co-operation as...
09.04.2003|Ministry of Defence

PRESS RELEASE nr. 57 Estonian and Belgian Minister of Defence to sign Bilateral Co-operation Agreement

Today the Estonian Minister of Defence Sven Mikser and the Belgian Minister of Defence Andre` Flahaut signed the bilateral co-operation agreement in Tallinn which will set basis for further closer contacts between the two countries. Today the Estonian Minister of Defence Sven Mikser and the...
09.04.2003|Ministry of Defence

Announcement on Enlargement by NATO Secretary General, Lord Robertson Meeting of the North Atlantic Council at the level of Heads of State and Government

Announcement on Enlargement by NATO Secretary General, Lord Robertson Meeting of the North Atlantic Council at the level of Heads of State and Government From its inception, NATO has never been an exclusive organisation. From 12 original countries, we enlarged successively to 14, 15, 16 and then...

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