The Slovak Republic becomes Hybrid CoE’s 28th participating state

This afternoon, Mr Peter Beňo, Deputy Head of Mission from the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Helsinki, visited Hybrid CoE to hand over the Letter of Notification regarding Slovakia’s participation in the Memorandum of Understanding.

”The Slovak Republic is proud to join the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats and to work together with community members to strengthen our resilience in this area. These threats have a growing impact on our security and are not limited by national borders. We are determined to enhance our capacities for countering increasingly complex threats by heightening awareness, and strengthening security and resilience against them. The Centre of Excellence in Helsinki plays an irreplaceable role in international efforts and cooperation in this field,” Mr Beňo stated.

“Hybrid CoE is very pleased to enlarge its community by welcoming the Slovak Republic as its 28thparticipating state,” Director Teija Tiilikainen noted with satisfaction. “The Slovak Republic will bolster the Centre’s work and networks even further.”

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