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Baltic Defence College and Polish Naval Academy highlight their cooperation

On 15th of February, the Polish Naval Academy in Gdynia in cooperation with the Baltic Defence College (BALTDEFCOL) organised a conference „Evaluation of Zapad exercises in context of weapons capability of Republic of Poland“ – an event bringing together experts from various professional military education institutions, think-tanks, military professionals and students.

Working visit to the Multinational Corps Northeast

On 13-14 February, the Commandant of Baltic Defence College (BALTDEFCOL) Major General Andis Dilāns paid a working visit to Szczecin, the hometown of the Multinational Corps Northeast (MNC NE).

International Night at BALTDEFCOL

On 9th of February, Baltic Defence College’s (BALTDEFCOL) staff and students together with their family members and guests celebrated “International Night” already for the 13th time. The event offers a wonderful opportunity to come together, enjoy the food and beverages and experience the culture and customs of various nations represented at the College. Altogether 18 nations including Albania, Canada, Slovakia, Slovenia, France, Georgia, Moldova, Poland, Germany, Ukraine, USA, Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland and Hungary participated in the event.

Distinguished Visitors’ Afternoon 

On 9th of February, Ambassadors and Defence Attachés of allied and partner nations of Baltic Defence College (BALTDEFCOL) as well as the representatives of partner institutions participated in the “Distinguished Visitors’ Afternoon”. The Commandant, Major General Andis Dilāns and the members of College Management Group welcomed the high rank guests.

Planning and Execution of Operations

This week, Baltic Defence College’s (BALTDEFCOL) students of the Joint Command and General Staff Course started the Module 7 – Planning and Execution of Operations. The aim of the educational module is to formulate comprehensive solutions for complex operational problems by developing and executing a viable joint operational plan.

Seminar on “Impact of Korean Peninsula Tensions on Regional Security and Beyond”

On 5th of February, visiting professor Matthias Maass, PhD, delivered a seminar at Baltic Defence College (BALTDEFCOL) entitled “Impact of Korean Peninsula Tensions on Regional Security and Beyond.” Students and faculty from the BALTDEFCOL and the University of Tartu discussed the implications of the stand-off with North Korea to Asia, Europe and the Baltics. Additionally, participants questioned Dr. Maass about the findings of his recent research and book, Small States in World Politics: The story of Small state survival, 1648-2016.
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