President Klaus Iohannis and his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda went on Tuesday in the commune of Smardan, Galati County, at the “Justice Sword 21” multinational military exercise.
The two heads of state will participate in the Day of Distinguished Visitors on the occasion of the ‘Justice Sword 21’ military exercise, which takes place at the Smardan shooting range and to which Poland contributed with the forces and technical means deployed to our country within the Adapted Presence on the allied Eastern Flank, from the structures of the NATO Multinational Brigade of Craiova.
The exercise aims to verify the capacity of the participating structures to execute the actions and measures established by the planning documents and the achievement of the support Romania provides to the military forces and equipment transiting the national territory.
The Polish President, Andrzej Duda, is on an official visit to Romania, at the invitation of Klaus Iohannis.
The visit takes place in the context of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the conclusion of the Defensive Alliance Convention between the Kingdom of Romania and the Republic of Poland, signed on March 3, 1921, a symbolic moment of the bilateral relation.