The aim of the conference:
to diagnose the current situation of NATO’s easter flank, based on the example of the Lublin voivodeship (mainly Chełm district), to determine the most important military and non-military threats and to indicate ways of countering them with the cooperation of the Polish Armed Forces, Border Guard, Police and other services.
The detaied aims of the conference:
- Analysis of military security of NATO’s eastern flank.
- Identification of 21st century non-military threats constituting a premise for non-kinetic aggression.
- Identification of key hybrid threats.
- The essence of subliminal activities of the hypothetical aggressor in the border area.
- Identification of hybrid threat scenarios.
- Characteristics of the problem of refugees from war zones in the border area.
- The essence of air border protection.
- Defining new tasks for the Border Guard in the context of the war in Ukraine.
- The essence of cooperation between the Polish Armed Forces and the Border Guard in the context of the protection and defense of the border.
- Indication of the need to strengthen NATO’s eastern flank (Lubelskie Voivodeship) with the alliance troops.
- Defining the importance of NATO and the EU for the security of the eastern border with Ukraine.
- Indication of the importance of border crime in the context of internal security.