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                                   2nd Eastern Europe Defence Week

6-7 November, 2017

Warsaw, Poland

https://www.easterneuropedefence.com/











With the participation of NATO and countries in Central and Eastern Europe, the 2nd Eastern Europe Defence Week will be taking place in a critical time where the lack of predictability and the uncertainty in the region are having a direct impact towards national defence budgets. 

On November 6-7, MOD decision-makers, security experts and industry stakeholders will meet in Warsaw to analyse the main security challenges affecting Eastern Europe and the procurement programmes implemented to counteract the increasing number of threats in the region. 

The 2nd Eastern Europe Defence Week will aim to strengthen collective defence, optimise procurement processes, boost bilateral cooperation and increase readiness levels by facilitating an environment where NATO members and industry will be able to network and share knowledge. 

 
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