Building Integrity in Peace Support Operations Studied by National Army Service Members
CHISINAU, May 21, 2019 — A group of experts of the Allied Joint Force Command Naples (Italy) is conducting the course “Building Integrity in Peace Support Operations” during May
The activity is attended by National Army service members and has the objective to train the staff on identifying and preventing corruption acts that could negatively affect the international peacekeeping missions.
The 50 representatives of the Ministry of Defense, General Staff, and military units who are to be deployed in peacekeeping missions, including those of KFOR-11 contingent, are familiarized with fundamental notions of personal and professional integrity, as well as NATO’s anticorruption efforts within the current peacekeeping missions.
The training also includes practical sessions based on scenarios related to corruption.
The course is part of NATO’s actions aimed to facilitate the understanding of corruption risks, their impact on defense institutions, and identification of practical actions oriented towards building integrity, increasing transparency, and enhancing responsibility in the defense sector.
The activity is part of the NATO Building Integrity Programme in the defense and security sector and is organized for the fourth time in Chisinau by the Military Inspectorate of the Ministry of Defense, with the support of NATO International Secretariat.