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1 Rome, April 3 rd th Venice Regional Seapower Symposium for the Navies of the Mediterranean and Black Sea Countries 1 st PLANNING MEETING

2 ITALIAN NAVY GENERAL STAFF ASSISTANT Navy Staff General Secretariat Executive Assistant A.D.C. Private Secretariat Personnel General Office Private Secretariat Logistic Support and Lighthouses Inspectorate Health Inspectorate Maritime Patrol Aviation Inspectorate Carabinieri Command for the Navy CHIEF OF THE GENERAL STAFF DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF Administrative Control General Office Public Information Office Schools Inspectorate 1st DPT PERSONNEL 3rd DPT GENERAL PLANNING 4th DPT INFRASTRUCTURES 5th DPT SUBMARINES 6th DPT AIRCRAFT Giuridic al and Legal Office Financial Planning Office 7th DPT STUDIES AND PROJECTS LOGISTIC DPT General Affairs and External Relations Office Bachelor quarters Office Vigilance Coordination Office Hierarchical Subordination Functional Co-ordination

3 Meeting AimsMeeting Aims Introduction & Background Information 9 th Venice RSS in details 1 st PLANNING MEETING AGENDA

4 Establish FIRST CONTACT among invited Navies Provide BACKGROUND INFORMATION on the event Describe THEME, GOALS & STRUCTURE of RSS 2012 Illustrate speaker and session chairman ROLES Illustrate TIMELINE of events and deadlines Introduce the LOGISTICS of the event Collect FIRST INPUTS from participants Communicate POCs and updated INFOS VENICE RSS 2012 – 1 ST PLANNING MEETING AIMS To conduct preliminary actions, in order to:

5 Meeting Aims Introduction & Background InformationIntroduction & Background Information 9 th Venice RSS in details 1 st PLANNING MEETING AGENDA

6 Hosted by ITN since 1996 every two years From a traditional biennial event to a pivotal maritime forum Synthesis of the Dialogue & Cooperation binomial Evidence of the driving & pro-active role of the Navies Promoting Dialogue, Developing Cooperation, Building Partnerships: dynamic formula of the Navies endeavours and concrete outcome of Navy Simposia. VENICE REGIONAL SEAPOWER SYMPOSIUM - EVOLUTION

7 VENICE RSS - ATTENDANCE RATE SINCE 1996

8 VENICE RSS : INVOLVED COUNTRIES Historically involved countries operating in WIDER MED Involved countries at a Trans-regional level Trans-regional dimension development (since 2006) SINGAPORE

9 INVITATIONS ATTENDANCE LEVEL VENICE RSS 2010: INVITATIONS AND ATTENDANCE LEVEL

10 Venice RSS 2010

11 Trans–Regional Maritime Network (T-RMN) for Global Maritime Information Sharing T-RMN Operational Arrangement

12 ITALIAN NAVY VENICE RSS 2010 DELIVERED PRODUCTS

13 Meeting Aims Background Information 9 th Venice RSS in details9 th Venice RSS in details 1 st PLANNING MEETING AGENDA

14 Venice RSS INVITED NAVIES AND ORGANIZATIONS Albania Algeria Belgium Bulgaria Cyprus Croatia Egypt France Georgia Germany Jordan Greece Israel Lebanon BEYOND THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA Brazil China Japan Singapore South Africa UAE India TOTAL 38 NAVIES Libya Malta Morocco Mauritania Montenegro Netherlands Portugal United Kingdom Romania Russia Slovenia Spain Senegal Tunisia Turkey Ukraine USA MEDITERRANEAN AND BLACK SEA NAVIES ORGANIZATIONS C.A.S.D. CONFITARMA FINCANTIERI FINMECCANICA MARICOGECAP (IT COAST GUARD) E.U. M.S. E.U. COMMISSION D.G. Mare EUROMARFOR IMO IHO NATO MCC Naples NATO JFC Naples e USNAVEUR NATO MILITARY COMMITTEE TOTAL 14 ORG.

15 RSS 10 Dialogue & Cooperation as Maritime Security enablers Security and Prosperity through Maritime Partnerships ISS 11 RSS & ISS: CONTINUITY & DEVELOPMENT IN THEMES RSS 12 From traditional roles to emerging Maritime Security challenges: Naval Forces improved effectiveness in a demanding environment.

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

17 VENICE RSS 2012 – MAIN THEME ABSTRACT Recent operational experiences, either military or not, have emphasized the importance of the traditional roles of the Navies, which are again high in the maritime forces agenda. This goes along with the new roles developed to grant Navies a modern raison detre, vis-à-vis non traditional threats as illegal activities at sea. These latter remain anyway a significant priority and there is still for improvement not only in the inter-agency domain where Navies should play a pivotal role, but also in whatever contribution maritime forces might provide to maritime security, beyond their active participation in MSO From traditional roles to emerging maritime security challenges: Naval Forces improved effectiveness in a demanding environment

18 VENICE RSS 2012 – FIRST SESSION ABSTRACT Sometimes neglected, the traditional roles of Navies regained importance in the recent operational experiences. Classical warfare areas (ASW, AAW, ASUW, NGFS,) need to be adequately considered both in the training and capability development fields (while emerging task require a raising effort MSO … ) Military Ops Other Than War (MOOTW) affect the way military and naval forces operate and shape the future capabilities. Naval industry shall be ready to grant enhanced effectiveness when developing new platform (versatility – modularity – flexibility) Recent Operational experiences and their influence on future platforms

19 VENICE RSS 2012 – SECOND SESSION ABSTRACT Growing complexity of the maritime scenario calls for a modern and comprehensive approach to security. No single maritime actor can tackle modern threats alone. Maritime Security requires a continuum stretching from the coastlines to the blue waters. Inter-agency approach represents the answer to the quest for improved effectiveness and efficiency in the maritime domain. The claim for exclusiveness of some actors represents a challenge for real integration among diverse administrations Navies, based on their flexibility, could facilitate inter-agency development Navies in the inter-agency domain, Challenges and opportunities

20 VENICE RSS 2012 – THIRD SESSION ABSTRACT Maritime Security is the combination of MSO, MSA and MCB. Naval Forces contribution to MS goes beyond their effective participation in MSO. New and effective legal instruments are clearly needed MSA is growing in importance and Navies are enhancing their capabilities to contribute to the overall effort, while adapting their mindset with regard to the need for a comprehensive maritime picture. International cooperation is key to improve MSA and Naval Forces are a force multiplier in this effort. A Coastal State ownership is crucial for MS. MCB can provide capabilities and spread of knowledge to meet such requirements. Naval Forces strategic versatility and inherent flexibility provide nations with an excellent instrument to reach MCB objectives while operating in the context of MSO and contributing to a coherent MSA. Contribute to Maritime Security beyond MSO: new legal instruments, effective capacity building, enhanced situational awareness

21 EVENT GENERAL STRUCTURE st Day nd Day rd Day th Day AM Delegations Arrival AM - ITA CNS Opening Remarks First session Recent operational experiences and their influence on future platforms. AM Third Session Contribute to Maritime Security beyond MSO: new legal instruments, effective capacity building, enhanced situational awareness. AM -Available for bilateral and multilateral engagements Conduct of collteral events Delegations departure PM Delegation Arrival - Pre-symposium briefing -Welcoming event PM Second Session Navies in the inter-agency domain, challenges and opportunities. - Free evening PM - Session Chairmen Summaries -Political authority address - ITA CNS Closing Remarks - Official Dinner S.Rocco PM Delegations departure

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

23 VENICE RSS LANGUAGES English – French English - Italian English - Russian English – Arabic A real time translation service will be provided during the working Sessions as follows: 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.

24 VENICE RSS DOCUMENTS ORGANIZATION QUESTIONNAIRE ABSTRACT/PAPER (speech not exceeding 10 min) POWERPOINT PRESENTATION – if needed CURRICULUM VITAE with picture (electronic) 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.

25 1 st PLANNING MEETING DEADLINE B for Participants Questionnaire & Roles assignment DEADLINE C for Abstracts & Curricula Vitarum DEADLINE D for Papers & Presentations DEADLINE D for Papers & Presentations DEADLINE A for Participants proposals on roles 2 nd PLANNING MEETING 3 rd PLANNING MEETING START of 9 th SYMPOSIUM 3 Apr May June Jun Sep Sep Sep Oct 2010 TENTATIVE ROADMAP: TIMELINE & DEADLINES BRIEFING 16 Oct PM

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

27 VENICE RSS PoCs For the theme and contents of the Symposium Italian Navy General Staff General Planning Department Maritime Policy Department Captain (ITN) Gianfranco ANNUNZIATA Head of Naval Policy Office Tel:

28 Italian Navy General Staff General Planning Department Maritime Policy Department Lt. (ICG) Fabio BORRIELLO Naval Policy Office Tel: Italian Navy General Staff General Planning Department Maritime Policy Department Lt. Cdr. (ITN) Davide DA POZZO Naval Policy Office Tel: VENICE RSS PoCs

29 Liason Officer with Attachés Italian Navy General Staff General Planning Department Maritime Policy Department Captain (ITN) Francesco OLIVERI Head of Foreign Navies Relations Office Tel: VENICE RSS PoCs Logistic matters Italian Navy General Staff General Planning Department General Affairs and External Relations Office Commander (ITN) Marcello MERLINO RSS Project Officer Tel:

30 Venice Regional Seapower Symposium for the Navies of the Mediterranean and Black Sea Countries Next Planning Meeting Scheduled on 21 st June 2012 in Rome


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