DIILS Congratulates Ms. Paula Gilevska, Republic of North Macedonia, on Her Appointment

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May 2, 2024

Ms. Paula Gilevska was appointed to a diplomatic position to the Republic of North Macedonia’s Permission to the Office of Security Cooperation for Europe, United Nations and other International Organizations in Vienna, Austria. Ms. Gilevska is in charge of the cyber security portfolio, cooperation with Asian partners and UNODC programs.  


Ms. Gilevska is a DIILS resident course alumni. Since 1992, DIILS has conducted 2,700 programs engaging 81,000 military and civilian participants from 180 countries. DIILS alum are key contributors to the global security cooperation mission. DIILS is extremely proud of their many achievements.


For more than 30 years, DIILS, located in Newport, Rhode Island, has been the lead U.S. Department of Defense Security Cooperation resource for global legal engagement with Partner Nation security sector institutions and personnel. As a component of the Defense Security Cooperation University, DIILS broad mission is to advance U.S. national security and foreign policy interests by building the capacity of foreign security forces to respond to shared security challenges in a responsible, accountable and legally compliant manner.

Photo of Ms. Paula Gilevska