On November 27-29, 2006, a selected group of young leaders met in Riga to share their views and offer their solutions to regional and global security problems.
The forum saw participation of more than 50 representatives of national and international NGOs, think-tanks, media, business and public sector in NATO member, partner and contact countries, who continued in discussions on issues earmarked in a preparatory Forum meeting in July, 2006: nation-building in Afghanistan, NATO’s Partnerships, NATO’s relationship with Russia, energy security, and NATO enlargement. PSSI Fellow Jan Havranek prepared and presented the proposals for discussion among the NATO enlargement group.
Recommendations on future NATO policies in the above areas were embodied in the Young Leaders Proposals and were presented to the NATO Secretary General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer on Tuesday, 28 November, 2006.
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