: Odesa Security Forum: Hybrid solutions to security in Black Sea region and beyond
Politics14:47 May. 31, 2016

Odesa Security Forum: Hybrid solutions to security in Black Sea region and beyond

Ukraine Today highlights key aspects of the event which brought up over 60 top opinion makers from around the world 

The two-day forum featuring international security experts and analysts took place in Odesa on March 24-25. The discussion focused on main security threats in the Black Sea region and ways to address them.

Read also Hybrid Solutions for Security in the Black Sea Region

The event was organised by NATO, Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, German Marshal Fund and Charity Fund 'Prydunav'ya' and brought together more than 60 experts in the defence and security area. 

Watch also Ukraine Today's interview with U.S. Ambassador Geoffrey R. Pyatt: "Borders cannot be changed through military means in the 21st century"

There was something uniquely special about this event. Not only was it the 1st Odesa Security Forum, its speakers and participants have a proven track-record of dedication to international peace and justice. With the exception of those whose mandate prevented them from speaking freely, most spoke sincerely and candidly about the war in Ukraine, the dangers of Russian propaganda and the hypocrisy of state and non-state actors in this time of so-called hybrid war.

Ukraine Today is offering you special insight into the matters that were discussed during this two-day forum....

Read more about Odesa and Hybrid Solutions to Security in Ukraine Today's special project

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