CHISINAU, March 30, 2011 - A group of NATO Standardization Agency experts will visit the Ministry of Defense during March 29-31.
According to Maj. Vasile Severin, Chief of Department of Planning, Doctrine and Lessons Learned, Joint Training and Doctrine Directorate, the experts will meet with command officers of the Main Staff, Force Commands and Logistics Command to inform them about NATO standardization issue and interoperability efforts for partners.
The quoted source added the discussions would focus on general data about NATO Standardization Agency (NSA) and NATO Standardization Organization (NSO), the development of Standardization Agreement (STANAG), aspects of interoperability and standardization in term of National Army engagement in the Operational Capabilities Concept (OCC).
The NATO experts will also visit the Military Academy of the Armed Forces where they will hold a seminar to inform the audience about standardization.
The visit is part of the education modernization project of the Military Academy of the Armed Forces for the academic year 2010-2011.