Representatives and graduates of the "George C. Marshall" Center met in Chisinau
CHISINAU, November 23, 2021 - Today was the 18th conference organized by the European Center for Security Studies "George C. Marshall", in collaboration with the Ministry of Defense, the Agency for Military Science and Memory and the George C. Marshall Association - Republic of Moldova.
The event, which took place at the headquarters of the Agency for Military Science and Memory, brought together representatives of several ministries, military and civilian experts, representatives of the National Security, Defense and Public Order Commission of the Parliament of the Republic of Moldova, officials of Moldovan diplomatic missions and graduates of the European Center for Security Studies "George C. Marshall".
The agenda of the conference included topics related to current challenges to national security and the identification of strategic interests, the Security Strategy and others. Present at the activity, the Minister of Defense Anatolie Nosatii mentioned the importance of the discussions within the conference, which ensures a better understanding of the contemporary context of international, regional and internal security in which we operate. "These approaches will help us strengthen the security system in the Republic of Moldova according to the best practices of a democratic government. In this context, I reiterate that the programs and initiatives offered by the international community, especially the European Center for Security Studies "George C. Marshall", have been and continue to be important for the effective implementation of the planned actions", said Minister Nosatii.
On this occasion, Anatolie Nosatii thanked the governments of the United States of America and the Federal Republic of Germany for their continued support of training programs for the representatives of the Republic of Moldova.
It should be mentioned that at the European Center for Security Studies "George C. Marshall" about 280 soldiers, police and civil servants from the Republic of Moldova studied. The institution, founded in 1993 in Germany, aims to create a stable security environment, promote democratic mechanisms and sustainable partnerships in several states, including our country.