Procurement of the first part of the Study “Energy management in the military expeditionary environment”
The procurement is to be carried out in accordance with the rules approved by NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence, the Civil Code of the Republic of Lithuania and other regulations governing procurement as well as the terms and conditions present in this statement of work.
H.E.Mr. Valerii Zhovtenko provided latest information on situation in Ukraine and expressed, that Ukraine is exploring possible avenue on cooperation with NATO ENSEC COE.
NATO and Energy Security: Current Achievements and Future Challenges.
In a strategic environment which is increasingly shaped by the forces of globalization, the Alliance needs to be prepared for a wide range of challenges that have little in common with traditional notions of security.
After the meeting with director of the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence COL Romualdas Petkevičius, presentation on Centre activities and plans was made by LTC Nicolas Henry, deputy director of NATO ENSEC COE.