At NATO Allied Land Command (LANDCOM) headquarters in Izmir, Turkey, senior military leaders from 19 NATO Allied and Partner countries shared experience in peacekeeping operations and held discussions regarding cooperation with NATO and countering Russia’s military aggression.
On the first day of the conference, Col Gen Syrskiy briefed his counterparts on the unique experience the Ukrainian Armed Forces have in waging hybrid war against and countering information threats coming from Russia.
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Furthermore, Col Gen Syrskiy and Deputy Commander NATO Allied Land Command, Lieutenant General Richard Cripwell agreed to start joint planning for 2022 for improving military-to-military interoperability.
On that same day, Col Gen Syrskiy conducted a series of bilateral meetings with his counterparts from Sweden, Finland, and Azerbaijan.
On the second day, Generals from NATO Allied and Partner countries shared experience in peacekeeping operations and held discussions regarding cooperation with NATO and countering Russia’s military aggression.
Senior military leaders from 18 NATO Allied and Partner countries, including Algeria, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Colombia, Egypt, Finland, Georgia, Ireland, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Mongolia, Morocco, New Zealand, Qatar, Sweden, and Tunisia attended the conference alongside Ukraine.
Ukrainian Land Forces have adopted NATO standards and are now close to achieving full interoperability with NATO forces.
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