National Security Council Holds Session

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ZAGREB, December 10, 2019 – The National Security Council on Tuesday held a regular session at which it discussed security threats and risks to national security and interests, notably in the context of Croatia’s presidency of the Council of the EU in the first half of 2020, the Office of the President of the Republic said.

Participants in the session, called by President and Armed Forces Supreme Commander Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović and Prime Minister Andrej Plenković, also adopted annual guidelines for the work of security-intelligence agencies in 2020 and approved a plan of work of the Coordinating committee for the system of homeland security for 2020.

The Council also approved the establishment of cooperation between Croatian security-intelligence agencies with foreign services, in line with the agencies’ needs.

The co-chairs of an interdepartmental commission in charge of the purchase of multipurpose fighter jets informed the Council of the current status of their activities and steps taken so far at the national level and internationally.

The Council supported the project as well as Croatia’s commitment to maintaining and upgrading its strategic defence capabilities, the statement said.

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