”The Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers (CIOR), representing the interests of 1,3 million reservists across the NATO alliance and beyond, condemns, in the strongest possible terms, Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine. CIOR deeply respects and admires the spirit ans resilience of the Ukrainian people, and urges Russia to immediately withdraw all of its forces.
CIOR community has suffered great loss - LT Alentorn died unexpectedly.
75th Anniversary Coin and Book out for order now
Purchase your limited edition CIOR anniversary coin and book now and collect them during the Summer Congress in Helsinki, Finland.
The CIOR machinery is working
Towards the end of last year, the current German-led and the incoming Estonian-led Presidency met physically in Kassel, Germany, for a planning meeting. This was yet another example of CIOR keeping wheels turning during these challenging times. By: Roy Thorvaldsen,...
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year
The year 2021 is coming to an end in a few days and it has been another special year, as the Covid-19 pandemic is still present. Moreover, these harsh times are shaping our everyday life, but also our organization and its way of working. While digitalization has...
NATO Military Committee: – Fighting for what you believe in, is never in vain
A message from the NATO Military Committee to all Allied and Partner troops who have served in Afghanistan: Dear troops from Allied and Partner countries who have served in the NATO missions in Afghanistan. This morning, the NATO Military Committee convened to discuss...
Visible contribution: Reservists a key part of society’s resilience
Reservists throughout the NATO alliance have been providing a significant and valued contribution to national efforts to deal with the COVID 19 pandemic. Each country has its own story on how reservists have been used. Here are a few examples.