Find the newsletter 2/2013 in the newsletter archive.
During the three days of the Young Reserve Officers Outreach Seminar (YROS), 17 members from the armed forces of five different nations took advantage of the opportunity to learn from each other, as well as from experienced senior officers.
Forty representatives of fourteen member and associate member countries attended. Seizing upon the opportunity of the National Day of Reserves, a delegation of CIOR took part in the remembrance ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe presided by Jean-Yves Le Drian, Minister of Defence.
I was very pleased to welcome your President, Commander (R) Richard Roll to Norfolk in January, together with Major General Georges Lebel (FRAAR), Chairman of the National Reserve Forces Committee.
The 24thannual CIOR Pre-Midwinter Seminar has taken place at the conference center of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation (KAS), SchlossEichholz, Wesseling, between Cologne and Bonn, Germany, from January 27 to 30, 2013. The general topic was about “NATO’s CHALLENGES FOLLOWING THE CHICAGO SUMMIT”.
CIOR and NATO’s Connected Forces initiative – strategic lines for the future of Reserves - Interview of the President of CIOR on the Connected Forces Initiative.
Message from the CIOR President during the Mid Winter Meeting, NATO HQ, Brussels.
Wesseling, Germany—As a means to bolter deeper collaboration, members of the Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers met on January 27 – 30, 2013 to hear briefings about the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s challenges following the Chicago Summit.
Wesseling, Germany (January 29, 2013) - During the Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers (CIOR) Winter Seminar, Turkish Brigadier General (Ret.) Haldun Solmaztürk provided a briefing about an annual survey called, “The Perception of Turkey in the Middle East 2011."
Wesseling, Germany (January 29, 2013)—During a recent Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers Winter Seminar, guest speaker Hall Gardner, professor at The American University of Paris, presented his views on the shifting American foreign policy focus toward the Asia-Pacific.