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Czechia and Estonia transfer first-hand experience and increase resilience in Eastern partnership countries
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Czechia and Estonia transfer first-hand experience and increase resilience in Eastern partnership countries

 

After one and a half year break caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the joint Czech-Estonian workshop for the benefit of our Eastern Partnership countries took place in Tallinn with the financing and support of European institutions. 

On 12-13 October Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs together with National Cyber and Information Security Agency, Ministry of Interior as well as Vysočina Region and think-tank European Values in cooperation with the Estonian Centre for International Development organized a practical workshop fostering the resilience of our Eastern Partnership countries.

This time the organizers focused on cybersecurity in regional health infrastructure as well as security risk mitigation of digitization in public administration.

The event took place in a hybrid format and allowed all Eastern Partnership countries to acquire first-hand experience based on real case studies of Czech and Estonian colleagues.

Czechia and Estonia transfer first-hand experience and increase resilience in Eastern partnership countries

Czechia and Estonia transfer first-hand experience and increase resilience in Eastern partnership countries

Czechia and Estonia transfer first-hand experience and increase resilience in Eastern partnership countries

Czechia and Estonia transfer first-hand experience and increase resilience in Eastern partnership countries

Czechia and Estonia transfer first-hand experience and increase resilience in Eastern partnership countries

Czechia and Estonia transfer first-hand experience and increase resilience in Eastern partnership countries

 

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