Republic of Moldova to Implement the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 “Women, Peace and Security”
CHISINAU, May 17, 2017 — Deputy Defense Minister Gheorghe Galbura participated today in a workshop on the implementation of the UN Security Council Resolution 1325.
The activity was attended by representatives of central public authorities and civil society from the Republic of Moldova, as well as from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Serbia, Spain, Turkey, and Ukraine and aims to examine the best practices regarding the implementation of Resolution 1325 on national level.
Deputy Minister Gheorghe Galbura appreciated the efforts of the institutions involved in promoting the gender equality in the defense and security institutions and thanked the Institute for Inclusive Security (IIS), the Information and Documentation Centre on NATO (IDC NATO), the OSCE Mission, and UN Women in Moldova for the support during the project’s implementation.
During the workshop, a Working Group responsible for developing the National action plan on the implementation of the document will be established under coordination of the Ministry of Defense.
The Ministry of Defense, in cooperation with the Institute for Inclusive Security (IIS) from Washington and the Information and Documentation Centre on NATO (IDC NATO) from Moldova, carries out, during
The UN Security Council Resolution 1325 “Women, Peace and Security” was adopted unanimously on October 31, 2000 and is one the most important UN resolution in the field of peace and security policies.