NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence in Vilnius will honour one of the chief supporters of the Baltic States’ NATO membership - H. Hækkerup
The ENSEC COE Conference Hall was named after H.Hækkerup at a formal ceremony on March 5. Minister of National Defence J.Olekas, Minister of Foreign Affairs Linas Linkevičius, Ambassador of Denmark in Lithuania HE Jorgen Molde were attended at the event among other guests.
The United Kingdom will be joining as Sponsoring Nation of NATO ENSEC COE and Georgia`s is joining as Contributing Partner.
The findings of the Study are expected to foster the process of turning energy into a critical enabler for military operations and an efficient capability in power projection in different environments. The first part of a Study is expected to be finalised in April 2014.
The main topics of the meeting were NATO ENSEC COE enlargement process and partnership activity, Programme of Work of NATO ENSEC COE for 2014.