an operation that is assigned by a higher headquarters
- On 8 December 2009, the Council selected a military strategic option for the potential EU military mission.
- The Decision to launch the EU military mission shall be adopted by the Council following approval of the Mission Plan.
- The EU military mission shall terminate in 2011 after two consecutive six-month training periods.
- An element of this EU military mission shall also be based in Nairobi.
- on a European Union military mission to contribute to the training of Somali security forces
- Third States making significant military contributions to the EU military mission shall have the same rights and obligations in terms of day-to-day management of the mission as Member States taking part in the mission.
- The PSC shall, at regular intervals, receive reports from the chairman of the EU Military Committee (EUMC) regarding the conduct of the EU military mission.
- The Mission Plan for the EU military mission to contribute to the training of Somali security forces, hereinafter referred to as ‘EUTM Somalia’, is approved.
- The EUMC shall monitor the proper execution of the EU military mission conducted under the responsibility of the EU Mission Commander.
- The financial reference amount for the common costs of the EU military mission shall be EUR 4,8 million.
- on the launch of a European Union military mission to contribute to the training of Somali security forces (EUTM Somalia)
- On 26 April 2004 the Council approved the general concept for an ESDP mission in BiH, including a military component.
- on the European Union civilian-military supporting action to the African Union mission in the Darfur region of Sudan
- The EU military mission shall operate in close cooperation and coordination with other actors in the international community, in particular, the United Nations, the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM), and the United States of America.
- Information was also provided about the evolution from the basic avionics of the tilt-rotor technology to the military mission configurations […].