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Serviço de Informações Estratégicas de Defesa

 

Serviço de Informações Estratégicas de Defesa

Defense Strategic Information Service
Serviço de Informações Estratégicas de Defesa
Adivinhar os perigos e evitá-los
(To guess the dangers and avoid them)
Agency overview
Formed 2004
Preceding agency
  • Serviço de Informações Estratégicas de Defesa e Militares (SIEDM)
Type Foreign intelligence service
Jurisdiction  Portugal
Headquarters Lisbon
Minister responsible
  • Júlio A. C. Pereira, Secretary-General of the SIRP
Agency executive
  • José Casimiro Morgado, Director
Parent agency Intelligence System of the Portuguese Republic (SIRP)
Website www.sied.pt

The Serviço de Informações Estratégicas de Defesa or SIED (Portuguese for: Defense Strategic Information Service) is the foreign strategic intelligence agency of Portugal.

SIED's mission is to produce information aimed at safeguarding the national independence, the national interests and the external security of the Portuguese State.[1]

Contents

  • History 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

The existence of SIED was originally envisaged by the Law of the Information System of the Portuguese Republic in 1984. However, even before being activated, it was merged with the Military Information Service (SIM), originating the SIEDM (Strategic and Military Information Service). This was activated in 1997.

In 2004, the SIEDM lost its military component and was renamed SIED.[2]

See also

References

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External links

  • Official Website
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