NATO's Permanent Representatives visit SHAPE
NATO Permanent Representatives participate in a round table discussion at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe on Thursday, October 12, 2017 in Mons, Belgium. - NATO photo by Senior Officer Cadet Stefan Hass - DEU A
Oct 12, 2017
SHAPE, Belgium – NATO’s Permanent Representatives visited Supreme
Headquarters Allied Powers Europe (SHAPE) on Thursday, October 12, 2017 to take
part in a series of briefings and roundtable discussions with SHAPE senior leaders.
General Curtis M. Scaparrotti, the Supreme Allied Commander
Europe, provided insight on the current priorities for Allied Command
Operations with dialogue focusing mainly on deterrence posture and projecting
"To ensure the Alliance is trained and ready for today's
evolving security environment, it is important to have discussions with NATO's
political leaders about key efforts such as Forward Presence, Projecting
Stability and NCS Adaptation," said General Scaparrotti. "Our troops must remain
robust and agile."
NATO’s Permanent Representatives sit on the North Atlantic
Council, the principal political decision-making body, and is supported by a
national delegation composed of advisers and officials who represent their
country on different NATO committees.
Story by SHAPE Public Affairs Office