The MGSN-EPC informs: The Moldovan-Polish training ends with a joint police demonstrative exercise involving the ‘Black Hawk’ helicopter

The Media Group for Security News on the European Political Community Summit (MGSN-EPC) 2023 is hereby empowered to communicate the following:

The Moldovan-Polish trainings are symbolically ending, on Europe Day, with a joint demonstrative exercise of Moldovan and Polish police officers, involving the ‘Black Hawk’ helicopter.

While the helicopter of the Polish intervention forces is flying over the Great National Assembly Square, officers of the Special Forces Police Brigade ‘Fulger’ of the National Police and their comrades from Poland are flying the flags of the Republic of Moldova and the European Union over our capital. Trainings are coordinated with all institutions responsible for the national security in order to enhance the capabilities for the successful running of the EPC Summit.

According to Minister of Internal Affairs Ana REVENCO, this training is also a form of celebration of camaraderie between officers, through which colleagues from two European countries show their gratitude and commitment to support each other unconditionally, once they have had the opportunity to learn in a framework of mutual respect and appreciation.

It should be recalled that the special purpose law enforcement of the National Police have been trained over the last seven days as part of an exchange of experience and best practices in the field of security, in the context of the EPC Summit which will take place in the Republic of Moldova on June 1st.

The framework for these trainings was set seven months ago, in November 2022, by signing a Memorandum of Cooperation between the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova and the Ministry of the Interior and Administration of Poland. The purpose has been to enhance the Moldovan-Polish cooperation and to improve the capabilities of the special forces of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in the performance of the most complex missions, including in the field of civil protection.

The MGSN-EPC includes the communicators from the national public order, security and national defence institutions: Ministry of Internal Affairs with the General Police Inspectorate, Border Police, General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations, General Inspectorate for Migration, General Inspectorate of Carabineers, MIA’s Academy ‘Stefan cel Mare’; State Protection and Guard Service; Security and Intelligence Service; Ministry of Defense; General Prosecutor’s Office; Civil Aviation Authority; National Administration of Penitentiaries.

The MGSN-EPC recommends everyone to get informed from official sources.

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Media Group for Security News

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