Press security clearance for the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Copenhagen

Journalists wishing to gain access to observe gatherings of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark on 6-9 October will be required to have special accreditation.

Almost 300 parliamentarians will meet with experts, senior civil servants and defence representatives to address the security challenges currently facing the transatlantic defence alliance. 

Click here to read the full programme of events over the days of the annual meeting of the Assembly.

Journalists wishing to gain access to the Assembly must have special accreditation.

Press accreditation is now open to applications. Please note that you must make your application before Monday, 2 October at 17:00 (CEST).

We will confirm receipt of your application by email and provide information about the location at which the NATO PA will be held and other practical details.

When you arrive, you will receive an access card, which you must carry visibly while throughout your visit to the Assembly. You will need proof of identity, e.g. your passport, on arrival.

If you have questions about accreditation, please do not hesitate to contact press officer Claus Brask, [email protected].

If you have questions regarding interviews with the President and other leaders of the NATO PA, please contact [email protected]

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