National Army Staff Trained on Building Integrity in Peace Support Operations
CHISINAU, September 28, 2017 — A group of National Army service members are participating in the course “Building Integrity in Peace Support Operations”, within September
According to head of GID, Col. Victor Pirtina, the course aims to train the staff on identifying and prevent the corruption acts that could negatively affect the successful development of international peacekeeping missions. The activity also helps to understand the risks of corruption and their impact on defense institutions, as well as to identify building integrity actions.
The source specified that the 40 service members from the departments of the Ministry of Defense and General Staff, as well as from National Army units, are trained by a team of experts from the Peace Support Operations Training Centre in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina and NATO Political Affairs and Security Policy Division.
The participants are familiarized with basic notions of personal and professional integrity, code of conduct and professionalism in the Armed Forces, and NATO’s anticorruption efforts within the current peacekeeping missions.