Portuguese Delegation to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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Visit to Portugal of the Chairman of the NATO Military Committee

The Chairman of the NATO Military Committee, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, visited Portugal from 1 to 4 November 2018. The trip included visits to NATO Joint Analysis and Lessons Learned Centre, the Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO, the Joint Command for Military Operations as well as meetings with the Portuguese Minister of Defence, HE João Gomes Cravinho and the Chief of General Staff of the Portuguese Armed Forces, Admiral António Silva Ribeiro.

The NATO’s senior military officer had the opportunity to discuss NATO’s Maritime Posture, the ongoing NATO Command Structure Adaptation and to commend Portugal's participation in the Alliance.

In his words, “Portugal actively contributes to all of NATO’s domains. On land, your troops serve with NATO's multinational brigade in Romania. In the air, your jets have kept the skies secure over the Black Sea region. At sea, your ships have strengthened NATO's maritime forces. And in cyberspace, NATO's state of the art cyber academy is being built right here in Portugal”.

The Chairman concluded his trip to Portugal by attending the Military Ceremony organized to commemorate the Centenary of the end of the First World War.

Find out more information and the photo album at: https://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/news_160059.htm?selectedLocale=en

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Highlights of the 3rd NCIA E&T Conference and the New Training Academy in Oeiras

The third Education and Training Conference promoted by NCIA, the NATO Communications and Information Agency, was held at the Catholic University of Lisbon from the 23rd to the 25th of October. This forum brings together the Organization's managers, Allies and training providers in the field of technology, and focused on the 2019 training catalog and on the trends for this area.

Speakers emphasized the strategic importance of the NCIA mission and its trainings for the collective defense of NATO Allies, as well as the relevance of the new Training Academy currently under construction in Oeiras.

May 2017 marked the start of construction of this new Academy, which will provide 100 offices, 43 labs and 26 classrooms, where 400 courses per year will be taught for an estimated universe of 6000 students.

The NCIA Academy aims to provide technical training in the areas of communications, command and control, focusing on cyber-defense, a project in which NATO is associated with industry and universities. A protocol was signed with the Catholic University for training entrepreneurs, and the universities and industries of all NATO Allies may compete for the available trainings.

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