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CIOR and CISOR sign Memorandum of Understanding

CIOR Public Affairs 10.08.2019

*LE FRANÇAIS SUIT*
The Interallied Confederation of Reserve Officers (CIOR) president Colonel Chris Argent, and the Interallied Confederation of Reserve Non-Commissioned Officers (CISOR) president Master Sergeant Michel d’Alessandro formalize the cooperation between CIOR and CISOR by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) during the Summer Congress that was held in Tallinn, Estonia, on August 7, 2019.

The main goal of this MoU will be to develop ideas on how to make the two organizations work together and to explore how best to leverage the power of Reserves so they can contribute better to NATO.
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Le colonel Chris Argent, président de la Confédération Interalliée des Officiers de Réserve (CIOR), et l’adjudant Michel d’Alessandro, président de la Confédération Interalliée des Sous-Officiers de Réserve (CISOR) ont officialisé la coopération entre la CIOR et le CISOR le 7 août 2019 en signant un protocole d’accord lors du congrès d’été qui s’est tenu à Tallinn, en Estonie.

L’objectif principal de ce protocole d’accord sera de développer une vision sur la meilleure manière de mettre en place un partenariat durable entre les deux organisations et d’explorer la meilleure façon d’exploiter le pouvoir des réserves afin qu’elles puissent mieux contribuer à l’OTAN.

Photos by Major Jean-François Lambert, CIOR Public Affairs Committee, Canadian Armed Forces

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