Military police

Seventeen gendarmes leaving for Afghanistan to join NATO Training Mission

Seventeen Romanian gendarmes are leaving today for Afghanistan on a six-month mission with the NATO Training Mission (NTM-A) to provide training for the local law enforcement forces. Attending the departure ceremony, hosted by the Romanian Gendarmerie, was Interior Minister Dan Carmen alongside officials of the Interior Ministry (MAI) and families of those who will participate in the mission.

Bulgaria Boosts Recruitment Effort to Fight Lack of Military Personnel

Bulgaria's Ministry of Defence said that its drive to get people to enlist in the military will resume on February 7 and continue until the end of October 2019. Titled "Be a Soldier", the campaign was launched by the Defence Ministry in October 2018, in a response to the serious shortfall of military personnel in Bulgaria, reports Army Recognition. 

Bulgaria and Romania Discuss Bilateral Military Police Co-operation

The head of Romania's Military Police Service, Colonel Constantine - Christian Savu, is on a three-day official visit to Bulgaria. The visit is at the invitation of the director of Bulgaria's Military Police Service Brigadier General Borislav Sertov, the Ministry of Defence announced on 17th of April.

'Saber Guardian 2017' Multinational Exercise Starts in Bulgaria

The biggest multinational exercise in the Black Sea region called ''Saber Guardian 2017'' starts today at the Novo Selo military camp in Southern Bulgaria, reported BGNES.

In the period July 11-20, a total of 18 specialized exercises will take place under the leadership of the US Army Command in Europe on the territory of the three host countries - Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary.

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