NATO Youth Summit Watch Party

An exclusive NATO Watch Party Event hosted by the Aspen Institute Central Europe in cooperation with Charles University. The NATO Watch Party was held on the occasion of the NATO Youth Summit 2024. During the event participants had the opportunity to debate with representatives of the Permanent Delegation of the Czech Republic to NATO and watch a live stream with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

We will cover various security topics, including a 75th-anniversary session on NATO’s history, mission, and impact with high-level officials, as well as discussions addressing support for Ukraine, technology development, climate change, and the threats of disinformation to collective security.

Matti Tetřev, Political Diplomat, Permanent Delegation of the Czech Republic to NATO, guided us through NATO’s mission and critical security topics, including NATO enlargement, cybersecurity, climate change, and the dissemination of disinformation. He also mentioned NATO internship programs, which are a great opportunity to learn more and navigate the careers of future leaders.

The Czech Ambassador to NATO, Jakub Landovský, spoke about NATO’s agility in responding to global events and the importance of the Summit as a platform to engage young people in the security topics and values it represents.

The NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, outlined major threats faced by allies and emphasized the importance of unity in overcoming challenges. Stoltenberg acknowledged the significant challenge posed by the conflict in Ukraine and the importance of assisting Ukraine in preventing further escalation of the conflict.

We thank our partners for their support and to our Aspen Young Leaders Alumni Marek Bičan, Jakub Dovčík, Patrik Juránek for their active participation in the summit!

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