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  1. Rome, September 20th 2012 9th Venice Regional Seapower Symposium for the Navies of the Mediterranean and Black Sea Countries 3rd PLANNING MEETING

  2. Background: 1st and 2nd Planning Meetings 1st Meetings • Provision of following information: • Draft Programme • RSS Theme, Working Sessions & Roles • Planning Events and Deadlines Timeline • General Logistic matters • Establish first Contacts among invited Navies/Orgs PoCs 2nd Meetings • Provision of following information: • General Programme • Working Session Structure & Roles • Planning Events and Deadlines - Timeline check • Logistics updates • First Inputs from participants • Consolidate Contacts among invited Navies/Orgs PoCs

  3. 3rd Planning Meeting Aims • Provide followingINFORMATION/DETAILS on the event: • Depict WORKING SESSION STRUCTURE & ROLES • Collect last INPUTS from participants • Events and Deadlines – TIMELINE CHECK • Provide final LOGISTICS updates • Define the general PROGRAMME • CONSOLIDATE CONTACTS among invited Navies/Orgs PoCs

  4. 3st PLANNING MEETING 9thVenice RSS in details

  5. RSS ‘12 Venice RSS – 2012 From traditional roles to emerging Maritime Security challenges: Naval Forces’ improved effectiveness in a demanding environment. Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Recent operational experiences and their influence on future platforms. Navies in the inter-agency domain, challenges and opportunities. Contribute to Maritime Security beyond MSO: new legal instruments, effective capacity building, enhanced situational awareness.

  6. INVITED NAVIES AND ORGANIZATIONS MEDITERRANEAN AND BLACK SEA NAVIES BEYOND THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA Argentina Bangladesh BrazilChina Djibouti India JapanSeychelles SingaporeSouth AfricaUAE ORGANIZATIONS C.A.S.D. CONFITARMA FINCANTIERI Spa FINMECCANICA Spa IT COAST GUARD E.U. M.S. E.U. COMMISSION D.G. Mare EUROMARFOR IMO IHO NATO MCC Naples NATO JFC Naples & USNAVEUR NATO MILITARY COMMITTEE US SIXTH FLEETH US COAST GUARD MoroccoMauritaniaMontenegroNetherlandsPortugalUnited KingdomRomaniaRussiaSloveniaSpainSenegalTunisiaTurkeyUkraineUSA Albania Algeria Belgium Bulgaria Cyprus Croatia Egypt France Georgia Germany Jordan Greece Israel Lebanon Libya Malta • Still staffing • Invitation declined TOTAL 16 ORGs. TOTAL 42 NAVIES

  7. EVENT GENERAL STRUCTURE

  8. VENICE RSS 2012 – SESSIONS’ FORMAT • Acting Chairman (ITN) • Session Chairman • 6 Speakers (UP to 8): • 4 Navies (UP to 6) 10 minutes speeches • 2 Organizations Chairman role • Introduce the session • Handover to different speakers • Run Q&A at the end of each session • Summarise intervention results on last day

  9. FIRST SESSION Recent Operational experiences and their influence on future platforms Chairman: USA • Germany:“Ramifications of Recent Operational Experience on Current Projects” • Greece: “HN views on the added value of traditional Navy roles, based on Operation Unified Protector Lessons Learned” • Netherlands: • UnitedKingdom: • NATO MCC: • FINCANTIERI Spa:

  10. SECOND SESSION Navies in the inter-agency domain, challenges and opportunities Chairman: Portugal • Belgium: • Croatia: • Georgia: • Spain: "The need for a shared interagency maritime security strategy" • EU Commission DG MARE: • COAST GUARD:

  11. THIRD SESSION Contribute to Maritime Security beyond MSO: new legal instruments, effective capacity building, enhanced situational awareness Chairman: France • Brazil:“Challenges for Brazilian Navy: giving priority to the traditional missions or those relating to Maritime Security” . • Turkey:"Within the framework of developing Maritime Security perception, the contribution of Multi-National Maritime Security Center of Excellence in Turkey" . • Morocco: • EAU (tbc): • IMO: • EUMS: “EUCAP Nestor” • U.S. Coast Guard:

  12. COLLATERAL EVENTS 19th of OCTOBER • SIGNATURE Tech. Agr.Maritime Security (SPAIN, GREECE) • SIGNATURE SOPs Maritime Surveillance & Cooperation at sea (TUNISIA) • MEETING ChoNs ADRION INITIATIVE (ALBANIA, CROATIA, GREECE, MONTENEGRO and SLOVENIA)

  13. SIDE BAR DISCUSSIONS / BILATERAL ENGAGEMENTS • Dedicated rooms for bilateral engagements • Booking through escort officers • Rooms available also at S. Clemente Hotels • Proposals for talks with IT CNS to be presented ASAP

  14. VENICE RSS 2012 - LANGUAGES A real time translation service will be provided during the working Sessions as follows: English – French English - Italian English - Russian English – Arabic Note: In case of speech delivered in a language other than English (i.e. French, Italian, Russian, Arabic), the real time translation will be provided just in English.

  15. VENICE RSS 2012 - DOCUMENTS Notes: Abstract and papers needed also for proceedings preparation; Curricula Vitarum also requested for delivering a presentation paper before the beginning of the Venice Regional Seapower Symposium; Logistic questionnaires should be sent ASAP. • ORGANIZATION QUESTIONNAIRE • ABSTRACT/PAPER (speech not exceeding 10 min) • POWERPOINT PRESENTATION – if needed • CURRICULUM VITAE with picture(electronic)

  16. TENTATIVE ROADMAP: TIMELINE & DEADLINES 1stPLANNING MEETING 3 Apr 2012 DEADLINE “A” for Participants proposals on roles 15 May 2012 DEADLINE “B” for Participants Questionnaire & Roles assignment 15 June 2012 DEADLINE “A1” for Participants proposals on roles 22 June 2012 2nd PLANNING MEETING 15 July 2012 DEADLINE “B1” for Participants Questionnaire & Roles assignment DEADLINE “C” for Abstracts & Curricula Vitarum 31 July 2012 10 Sep 2012 20 Sep 2012 3rd PLANNING MEETING DEADLINE “D” forPapers & Presentations 30 Sep 2012 16 Oct PM BRIEFING 16 Oct 2012 START of 9th SYMPOSIUM

  17. 15th May 2012: Deadline “A” – 15th July 2012: Deadline “A1” Deadlinefor Participants Proposals on Roles (sessions and speakers) with priorities 15th June 2012: Deadline “B” – 31 July 2012: Deadline “B1” Deadlinefor Participants Questionnaire Deadlinefor Roles assignment Tentative date for Next meeting (June 24th TBC) 10 September 2012: Deadline “C” Deadlinefor Papers Submission (Abstracts, Synopsis) Deadlinefor Powerpoint presentations (if already available) Deadline for Curricula Vitarum 30 September 2012: Deadline “D” Deadlinefor Papers (Full Speech & Update) Deadlinefor Powerpoint Presentations VENICE RSS 2012 - ORGANIZATION TIMELINE

  18. Draft RSS Final Recommendation • AS IN 2010, INTENTION IS TO ISSUE A FINAL RECOMMENDATION • DRAFT WILL BE CIRCULATED BEFORE RSS THROUGH POCS TO BE PROVIDED

  19. VENICE RSS WEBSITE http://www.marina.difesa.it

  20. Background Documents • Biographies • Programs • Sessions’ Docs VENICE RSS 2012 - Controlled Access Area DIRECT LINK WILL BE POSTED ON THE WEBSITE http://www.marina.difesa.it From next week available USER ID & PASSWORD TO BE REQUESTED BY EMAIL fabio-borriello@marina.difesa.it cc gianfranco.annunziata@marina.difesa.it

  21. VENICE RSS 2012 - PoC’s Captain (ITN) Francesco OLIVERI Head of Foreign Navies Relations Office Tel: 0039 06 3680 4210 mstat.3r.adnav@marina.difesa.it Captain (ITN) Gianfranco ANNUNZIATA Head of Naval Policy Office Tel: 0039 06 3680 4793 gianfranco.annunziata@marina.difesa.it Lt. Cdr. (ITN) Davide DA POZZO Naval Policy Office Tel: 0039 06 3680 6361 davide.dapozzo@marina.difesa.it Lt. (ICG) Fabio BORRIELLO Naval Policy Office Tel: 0039 06 3680 6714 fabio-borriello@marina.difesa.it For the theme and contents of the Symposium Liason Officer with Attachés

  22. Venice Regional Seapower Symposium for the Navies of the Mediterranean and Black Sea Countries Venice 16-19 October 2012