On 26 April 2016, the representatives of the EOD Centre of Excellence LTC Augustin Cirjan and MAJ Pavel Truchly took part in a ceremony commenorating over 10,000 Romanian soldiers who faught heroically and sacrificed their lives for the liberation of the Slovak territory in World War II.
The ceremony organized by the Romanian Embassy in Bratislava in cooperation with the Office of Defence Attaché accredited in Slovakia and Honorary Consulate of Romania in Banska Bystrica took place in the Central Military Cemetery in the town of Zvolen.
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Due to the COVID-19 circumstances, the meeting was held as a video teleconference using the WebEx platform. The aim of MILENG WG was to improve military engineering capabilities within the NATO capability development framework. The MILENG WG encompasses all Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership, Personnel, Facilities and Interoperability domains of MILENG and focused on integrating operational standards, doctrine, training, procedures, terminology, armaments and equipment in order to ensure complete and sustainable MILENG capabilities. The next WG meeting will be held in Ingolstadt, Germany from 14 to 18 June 2021.
With respect to NATO’s Global programming principles, the NATO’s appointed MILENG discipline Requirement Authority (RA), Department Head (DH) and representatives of the MILENG discipline Education and Training Facilities (ETF) conducted the 5th MILENG ADC.
The government of Slovak Republic declared the state of emergency and adopted further measures to avoid spreading of coronavirus among inhabitants of the SR on 1 October 2020 with the validity for 45 days. All available SVK soldiers were assigned to the COVID-19 testing teams within the Trenčín county, proudly supported the Operation and flawlessly represented the NATO EOD COE.