Award ceremony for the 60th Anniversary of NATO’s Science for Peace Programme

BRUSSELS, 29-Nov-2018 — /EuropaWire/ — On Thursday 29 November 2018 from 13:00 to 17:30, NATO will mark the 60th Anniversary of the Science for Peace Programme (SPS) with an award ceremony.

On that occasion, the Deputy Secretary General, the Honourable Rose Gottemoeller, will deliver opening remarks.

The text and video footage of the speech will be published on the NATO website after the event, together with still photos.

This event is open to members of the media (Main Press Theatre).

ACCREDITATION AND SECURITY CHECKS

Media permanently accredited at NATO

Media representatives in possession of a new 2018 NATO media pass can access to the NATO HQ directly by tapping their badge at the turnstiles (NATO HQ Guard House South – GHS, media entrance, NATO Headquarters, Boulevard Leopold III 1110). Media representatives not in possession of a new 2018 NATO media pass can replace their old 2018 permanent badge at the GHS.

Ad-hoc accreditation (day-pass)

  • Media representatives not permanently accredited and wishing to attend the event are invited to request ad-hoc accreditation directly at the main entrance of NATO HQon 29 November, starting from 12:00 noon. They will have to present an ID and a valid press card (provided by a recognised national professional body of a NATO country – i.e. Government, Professional association, Union of journalists).
  • Media representatives not in possession of a valid press card are invited to send a signed letter from their editor to the NATO Accreditation Office, no later than 29 November – 09:00  (Brussels time) to NATOaccreditations@hq.nato.int

Media representatives should be aware that a security check will take place, and security personnel will examine equipment and personal effects carried onto the site.

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MEDIA CONTACT
MailMOC@hq.nato.int
Phone number: +32 2 707 5041

SOURCE: NATO

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