HomeLuxembourgFrançois Bausch met NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT), General Philippe Lavigne

François Bausch met NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT), General Philippe Lavigne

  1. (fr. l. to r.) General Philippe Lavigne, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT); François Bausch, Minister for Defence; General Steve Thull, Chief of Staff of the Luxembourg Army

    (fr. l. to r.) General Philippe Lavigne, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT); François Bausch, Minister for Defence; General Steve Thull, Chief of Staff of the Luxembourg Army

  2. Press release by the Directorate of Defence

    General Philippe Lavigne, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT)

    General Philippe Lavigne, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT)

  3. Press release by the Directorate of Defence

    (fr. l. to r.) Steve Thull, Chief of Staff of the Luxembourg Army; General Philippe Lavigne, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT)

    (fr. l. to r.) Steve Thull, Chief of Staff of the Luxembourg Army; General Philippe Lavigne, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT)

  4. Press release by the Directorate of Defence

    (fr. l. to r.) Steve Thull, the Chief of Staff of the Luxembourg Army; General Philippe Lavigne, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT)

    (fr. l. to r.) Steve Thull, the Chief of Staff of the Luxembourg Army; General Philippe Lavigne, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (SACT)

Discussions focused on Luxembourg’s defence policy, the Grand Duchy’s role in NATO, Luxembourg’s defence projects in the cyber and space domains, and Luxembourg’s defence guidelines for 2035. ©Armée luxembourgeoise ©Armée luxembourgeoise That same day, General Lavigne also had a meeting with the Chief of Staff of the Luxembourg Army, General Steve Thull. The subjects of the meeting were the current operations of the Luxembourg army, the future law on the organisation of the army and the current state of implementation of the future bi-national Belgian-Luxembourg battalion. ©Armée luxembourgeoise

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