Twenty-seven countries to participate in Romanian Gendarmerie international exercise

The Romanian Gendarmerie is organising, September 5 -9, in the central city of Brasov, its largest international exercise that will bring together 33 representatives from 27 countries, as well as from the European Union and the European Gendarmerie Force, the Romanian Gendarmerie announced on Friday in a press statement.

Also taking part in the Romanian Gendarmerie International Exercise (RoGendIntEx) will be components of the National System of Public Safety and Order as the exercise is designed to advance inter-operability under an integrated system and test the reaction and intervention of the law enforcement forces in various settings.

The international drill is in its 4th edition, and it will be unfolded along real life adapted scenarios, with emphasis on securing the cohesion of participants of different national backgrounds. The exercise is thought to be a test the Romanian Gendarmerie’s capabilities to organise and unfold actions, as a national and international assessment.

“A part of the exercises involves the use of specific equipment of the Romanian gendarmes (not to be displayed in public places), and some of them will unfold in public venues (Mall Coresi – on Wednesday, 7 September 2016, as from 6pm), without disturbing the activities of the institutions or citizens or imposing major traffic restrictions,” the statement adds.

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