Czech officials at the Ministry of Defense
CHISINAU, May 18, 2021 - The current Minister of Defense, Victor Gaiciuc, had a meeting with the Czech Ambassador to the Republic of Moldova, Stanislav Kázecký, and the new Czech military attaché, Colonel Milan Hozak.
Minister Gaiciuc congratulated the two officials on the occasion of their appointment and wished them much success in exercising their mandate, expressing their conviction that through joint efforts they will succeed in boosting and developing the cooperation relations between the two defense institutions, now established. 10 years.
During the meeting, the parties addressed the current state of the Moldovan-Czech partnership in the field of defense and its consolidation prospects in accordance with the neutrality status of the Republic of Moldova.
Officials also referred to the assistance provided by the Czech Republic in the implementation of the Professional Development Program (PDP) for officials in the national security and defense sector, as well as through various forms of training in medicine, logistics, standardization, CBRN and weapon genius.
Other topics discussed were the achievements of the Republic of Moldova in the context of the implementation of the Defense Capabilities Strengthening Package (DCBI) and the projects included in the Long-Term Military Capabilities Development Plan of the National Army 2020-2030.In the end, Minister Gaiciuc and Ambassador Kázecký agreed on the development of cooperation relations between the Republic of Moldova and the Czech Republic in the field of defense, through projects and initiatives beneficial to both states.
Moldovan-Czech cooperation in the field of defense started on 16 May 2011.