January International Division Meeting
1/16/2024 1:30 - 3:00 pm
2101 Wilson Blvd, Suite 700
Arlington,  Virginia  22201
Event Type : Committee-Division Meeting
NOTE: Due to the inclement weather in the DC area, this event will be held exclusively virtual. For login information, please email Andrew Peters at apeters@NDIA.org.
The NDIA International Division invites you to join us on Tuesday, January 16, from 1:30 - 3:00 PM ET for our quarterly meeting. We are thrilled to announce a full delegation from the Swedish Embassy will provide an overview of the following topics:
- The Swedish security situation
- Defence policy and economic framework, including background to the decisions to join NATO and increase spending to 2 %, support to UKR
- The NATO process
- Some examples of recent/planned procurements for the different services
A full Swedish delegation that will be in attendance and will be available for in person networking following the event.
- MG Rikard Askstedt, Defence Attaché for the Embassy of Sweden
- Mr. (LTG/Ret) Göran Mårtensson - National Armaments Director / Director General, Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV)
- Mr. Anders Sjöborg - Deputy National Armaments Director / General Counsel (FMV)
- Ms. Artemis Vougia - Advisor (FMV)
- Mr. Tobias Evers - National Armaments Director Point of Contact (FMV)
- Mr. Håkan Seipel - Counsellor, International Relations (FMV)
- Mr. Joakim Lewin - Counselor, Swedish Embassy Washington DC
This is a hybrid meeting where in-person attendees will meet at NDIA headquarters and virtual attendees will join via a ZoomGov link. Please be sure make your selection of in-person or virtual when registering for the event. Virtual access will be sent out to registered attendees approximately 24 hours in advance.
NOTE: This event is closed to press/media.
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