The Baltic States: 18 years in NATO
On the 29th of March, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia will celebrate 18 years of membership in NATO. In 18 years, the entire Baltic region has faced numerous security challenges and currently, we are facing the worst security crisis in Europe since the Cold War. What are the lessons we as the Baltic States have learned? How will the current security crisis affect the Baltic region and the entire Alliance? These are some of the questions the participating experts will try to answer.
The discussion will happen on 29 March, 18.30 EET/17:30 CET.
Deividas Matulionis, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Lithuania to NATO.
Edgars Skuja, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Latvia to NATO.
Jüri Luik, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Estonia to NATO.
Moderator: Mažvydas Kunevičius, member of Lithuanian Atlantic Treaty Association
REGISTRATION IS OPEN UNTIL 28TH OF MARCH
We kindly ask to register for a Zoom participation. The event will be also live-streamed in Facebook Event.
#BalticTalks is a joint project of Lithuanian Atlantic Treaty Association (LATA), Latvian Transatlantic Organization (LATO) and Estonian Atlantic Treaty Association (EATA). Project focuses on the security issues in the Baltic region.