CIOR “In-Between-Meeting” kicks off in Tallinn

The opening session of the CIOR In-Between-Meeting in Tallinn, Estonia.

The CIOR In-Between-Meeting (IBM) 1 in Tallinn, Estionia, kicked off this morning. The Chief of the Estonian Defence Forces designate, Major General Herem, opened the morning session, and received the CIOR Plaque by CIOR President, UK Colonel Chris Argent (R).

The Chief of the Estonian Defence Forces designate, Major General Herem, addressed the audience at the start of the morning session, and received the CIOR Plaque by CIOR President, UK Colonel Chris Argent (R).

The following meeting between the National delegations discussed a new draft Memorandum of Understanding between CIOR and the National Reserve Forces Committee (NRFC). CIOR and NRFC has a close working relationship in addressing reserve affairs issues and potential within the NATO and associated member nations; in addition, both organizations provide advice to the NATO Military Committee at NATO Headquarteres in Brussels, Belgium, on the use of reserves in Alliance operations.

The agenda also included deciding on the dates and locations for future events and candidacies for future presidencies, among other management issues. The day was closed with a presentation on Estonian Armed Forces by Colonel Palm, Head of the Estonian General Staff designate.

Following the opening session the meeting discussed a new draft Memorandum of Understanding between CIOR and the National Reserve Forces Committee (NRFC).
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