France Has a New Attaché in the Republic of Moldova
CHISINAU, March 11, 2021 – The new defense attaché of the French Republic in the Republic of Moldova based in Bucharest, Colonel Daniel Parpaillon, was presented today to the commander of the National Army, Brigadier General Igor Gorgan.
During the meeting, the Chief of General Staff, congratulated Colonel Parpaillon on his appointment and wished him success in his mandate, expressing confidence that the cooperative relations between the two armies will deepen.
Also, Brigadier General Gorgan reviewed the activities of the National Army, emphasizing the performance of the Moldovan military in UN-EU peacekeeping operations.
In turn, the military attaché of the French Republic appreciated the aspirations of the Republic of Moldova to be actively involved in promoting security at the international level, by participating in various peacekeeping and stabilization missions, thus making the Moldovan military interoperable with foreign partners.
The French official expressed his conviction that the collaboration between the two countries and the armies will register new achievements in the field of security and defense.
It should be noted that the Agreement between the Ministries of Defense of the two states was signed in 1998.