As of today, we are facing evolving threats from both state and non-state actors. The latest cyber-attacks on some soft/non-military targets, dramatic spread of Corona virus epidemic, continuous refugee migration, etc. have demonstrated that national/EU/NATO resilience is not anymore only military responsibility but that we shall focus on the whole society capabilities. Civil-military cooperation and crisis preparedness of all stakeholders within the
The Russian government plans to update the existing state concept for the prevention of CBRN threats in the country. Its aim is to increase the level of radiation, chemical and biological protection for the local population, according to recent statements made by senior officials in the Russian ministry of emergency situations and the ministry of defence.
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