Today the Estonian Ministry of Defence and NATO Consultation, Command and Control Agency (NC3A) signed a treaty granting Estonia simplified access to all NATO developed information and communication technology solutions.
The co-operation treaty was signed by Estonian MoD’s permanent undersecretary for defence investments Martin Hurt and NC3A’s director Georges D’hollander. The treaty facilitates Estonia’s access to NATO developed communications, command and control, intelligence and surveillance software. D’hollander also met with Minister of Defence Jaak Aaviksoo with whom questions regarding the agency’s future were discussed.
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Estonia will gain simplified access to NATO software