Today, June 08, Interagency Civilian-Military Training (ICMT), organized by the Prague Security Studies Institute and the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The course will be held at the Diplomatic Academy of the Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in Prague.
The course is intended for Czech nationals interested in participating in reconstruction and observation missions abroad, within NATO, EU, OSCE or UN structures, on behalf of the Czech Republic. ICMT is responding to the need for NATO and EU member countries to increase the number of qualified and skilled civilians trained to take part in complex stabilization projects, crisis management and civilian-military operations around the world, the course is designed to improve civilian resources and capabilities and to strengthen civilian-military coordination.
This five-day intensive civilian-military training program is designed to allow participants to put into practice their previous work, experience and expertize from similar training as well as their former work.
For more information about ICMT, please go here.
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