TITLE

THE FLEET

PUB. DATE
October 2004
SOURCE
Naval Forces;Special Issue 2004, Vol. 25, p28
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The Fleet contributes to each of the four fundamental military missions as laid down in the `Ministerial Directive'. These are: Defence of the nation and national interests against all types of aggression, including defence of lines of communication, the safety and security of Italian nationals overseas and defence against terrorist attacks: Safety of the Euro-Atlantic zone. Management of international crises. with participation in operations aimed at guaranteeing peace, security, stability and international law, as well as protecting fundamental, human rights in the spirit of the UN Declaration, in conjunction with international organisations. with particular regard to European autonomy in crisis management; Safeguarding free institutions and other agencies in the event of catastrophe or other cases of extraordinary need and urgency.
ACCESSION #
14944146

 

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