European Military Press Association (EMPA)
Association Européenne de la presse militaire
Associazione Europea della Stampa Militare
Vereinigung der Militärpresse Europas
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1977 Rome Italy
First statutes passed 1980, Hamburg (Germany). Present Articles of Association approved by General Assembly, 17 Oct 1996, Warsaw (Poland); modified 20 Sep 2000, Spiez (Switzerland); 1 Oct 2002, Split (Croatia); 18 Oct 2017, Budapest (Hungary). Previously also referred to in French as Association de la presse militaire de l'Europe. Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code.
Act as a forum of the permanent exchange of ideas between military journalists and media representatives; contribute to strengthening peace in freedom, ensuring security and the defence readiness being inextricably linked therewith; promote understanding for security policy and general politics of other countries and knowledge of their armed forces.
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