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Warsaw counterintelligence centre gets NATO accreditation

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A counterintelligence Centre of Excellence in Warsaw has received accreditation from NATO to “conduct operations”, the niezalezna website has reported.

According to NATO, Centres of Excellence “help the Alliance to expand interoperability, increase capabilities, aid in the development of doctrine and standards, conduct analyses, evaluate lessons-learned and experiment in order to test and verify concepts.”

The Alliance website adds that while NATO “does not directly fund COEs nor are they part of the NATO command structure, COEs do work alongside the Alliance.

“They are nationally or multi-nationally funded and are part of a supporting network, encouraging internal and external information exchange to the benefit of the Alliance.”

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