Maritime Security Conference-2021 will be held on 09-10 June 2021 with the theme of “Contemporary Risks, Threats, and Maritime Unmanned Systems (MUS) in Global Maritime Security
Within the scope of collaboration with Turkish National Defence University (NDU), NATO MARSEC COE’s Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) along with academic advisor provided training on “Maritime Security Awareness”, including theoretical lectures as well as scenario based case study, to the Command and Staff trainees of Naval War Institute between the dates of 08 and 31 March 2021.
“EXER MARSEC-21 Initial/Main Planning Conference (IPC/MPC) was virtually and successfully conducted on 29 March 2021, and a total of 35 participants representing various stakeholders from the military, governmental institutions, and academia attended the proceeding/discussions.”
Within the scope of Operational Level Energy Security Course held online for the third time this year by the Baltic Defence College in coordination with NATO ENSEC COE, a lecture/briefing on “Maritime Security Aspects of Energy Security” was delivered by NATO MARSEC COE on 23 March 2021.
NATO MARSEC COE "Counter Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction in Maritime Security Operations Virtual Course" was successfully held on 23-25 March 2021 and a total number of 39 lecturer/SME/attendees from 14 different countries and NATO participated in the virtual event.
Naval Cooperation and Guidance for Shipping (NCAGS) Virtual Course was successfully held on 8-12 February 2021, and a total number of 41 lecturer/SME/attendees from 10 different countries participated in the event.
Letter of Intent (LOI) and cooperation agreements have been signed between NATO MARSEC COE and NATO ENSEC COE, NATO's Science and Technology Organization (STO) Centre for Maritime Research and Experimentation (CMRE), Yaşar University, Dokuz Eylül University respectively; in line with the developments of cooperation suited to mutual interests in identified areas in order to establish mutually beneficial association.