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"The biggest problem we face in Euope is internal threats from bad actors in politics today!"
President Ricardo Baretzky
EUROPEAN CENTER FOR INFORMATION POLICY AND SECURITY AGENCY is the leading European Public Utility Agency for European Security. ECIPS is a federal approved agency by Royal Decree WL 22/16.594 and is governed by Treaty 124 on International Organizations as International Public Utility.
Article 2(bis) §14 ECIPS primary purpose is in creating special, multidisciplinary investigative centers to Investigate and address such high-priority issues such as: non-proliferation, counterterrorism, counterintelligence, international organized crime and narcotics trafficking, environment, and arms control intelligence and therefore ECIPS European Secret Service ESS form part of the Secretary General and the staff of ECIPS Agency in accordance with Article 2(bis) §14 functions.
ECIPS is a "Counter Intelligence Function" . Structurally, it is independent by Royal Decree WL 22/16.594 and Article 30(bis) of the Treaty by Decree WL22/16.594 on ECIPS which, among other things, expressly states that “In the exercise of their duties, the Secretary General and the staff shall neither solicit nor accept instructions from any organization and / or institution and /or any government or authority outside the Organization membership”. ECIPS analytical products are based on intelligence from the intelligence and security services.
ECIPS respects Article 4 of the Treaty on European Union which, among other things, expressly states that "national security remains the sole responsibility of each Member State".
APPENDIX 1: LIST OF STATES TO WHICH THE PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE 47 OF THE STATUTE OF ECIPS MEMBERSHIPS SHALL APPLY
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The ECIPS Constitution approved by Minister of Justice Koen Geens and by Royal Decree WL22/16.594 come into force on 14 June 2015 after Approval by King Philippe of Belgium. All European member States were given an additional 6 months to object to the Decree WL22/16.594 and therefore the official first International ECIPS Congress were hold on 17 and 18 November 2015 in Brussels whereas the announcement took place in the presence of public, officials attendance and members of European Organizations. The First Official Elected President is Ricardo Baretzky.
PUBLIC NOTICE: ECIPS ltd. was subsequently closed when ECIPS became an Official Federal Approved Agency (International Public Utility NPMIA) by Decree WL22/16.594. No official notices were received from United Kingdom when exiting the European Union to leave the organization.
The Ukraine Security Assessment Report 2014 by ECIPS
"Which are the actors in the actual Ukrainian scenario according to Putin’s political moves? NOW DECLASSIFIED
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