Security and Defence Committee

 

Members of the Committee

  • Atis Lejiņš, Chair, Latvia
  • Urve Tiidus, Vice Chair, Estonia
  • Audrius Petrošius, Vice Chair, Lithuania
  • Jānis Ādamsons, Member, Latvia
  • Anti Poolamets, Member, Estonia
  • Andrius Mazuronis, Member, Lithuania

Priorities of the Committee in 2022 under the Latvian presidency

  • Strengthening Baltic cooperation in border control
  • Cooperation in the fight against organised crime
  • Baltic cooperation in civil protection

Implementation of the Recommendations of the Baltic Assembly

  • External border control and management
  • Practical action to promote societal resilience
  • Joint procurements in the military sector
  • Promoting cooperation in cybersecurity and the fight against cybercrime
  • Military mobility in the Baltic states
  • Cooperation in the field of disaster prevention, preparedness and response, crisis management and civil protection

The committee's previous tile "Legal Affairs and Security Committee" was changed to "Security and Defence Committee" by the decision of the 36th Session of the Baltic Assembly on 10 November 2017.


Research "Global Connections, Regional Implications: An Overview of the Baltic Cyber Threat Landscape"

The Baltic Assembly and the International Centre for Defence and Security (ICDS) launched a research "Global Connections, Regional Implications: An Overview of the Baltic Cyber Threat Landscape". The research was conducted by Junior Research Fellow of ICDS, Patrik Maldre. It provides a brief overview of the global and Baltic cyber threat landscape, with a particular view toward strategic threats to national and international security.

Download full analysis: Patrik Maldre - Global Connections, Regional Implications: An Overview of the Baltic Cyber Threat Landscape.


Priorities of the Committee in 2017-2021

Priorities of the Security and Defence Committee of the Baltic Assembly for 2017 – 2021 (download

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