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19–20 June 2018, Toledo, Spain, hosted the 30th International Seminar on Security and Defense. The forum, organized by the Association of European Journalists, traditionally took place in partnership with the Government of Spain and the Ministry of Defense of the country. The seminar in 2018 focused on hybrid warfare, fake news (fake news), and post-truth issues. 

19–20 June 2018, Toledo, Spain, hosted the 30th International Seminar on Security and Defense. The forum, organized by the Association of European Journalists, traditionally took place in partnership with the Government of Spain and the Ministry of Defense of the country. The seminar in 2018 focused on hybrid warfare, fake news, and post-truth issues. 

The forum gathered a significant number of representatives of the armed forces of Spain, as well as representatives of the Spanish media and business, as well as embassies of a number of states, including the United States, Romania, and Ukraine. Emiliano Garcia-Page, the President of the Junta of Communities of Castilla–La Mancha, made a speech at the opening session. 

Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) was represented at the event by Nikolay Markotkin, RIAC Media and Government Relations Manager, who delivered a speech at the session focusing on the topic Does Post-International Order Put an End to Multilateralism?, together with Admiral Juan Francisco Martinez Nunez, Secretary General for Defense Policy of the Ministry of Defense of Spain, and Javier Solana, Secretary General of the Council of the European Union (1999–2009), NATO Secretary General (1995–1999).

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