President Iohannis to meet NATO General Petr Pavel at "Mihail Kogalniceanu" administrative centre

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President Klaus Iohannis is to pay a visit at the "Mihail Kogalniceanu" administrative center, in Constanta County, on Thursday, where he will have a meeting with NATO Military Committee (CMC) Chairman, General Petr Pavel, and Romanian and British pilots ensuring the Strengthened Air Police mission.

After a military ceremony, the head of state has scheduled a meeting with General Petr Pavel. Subsequently, he will also visit the centre and will meet the Romanian and British pilots ensuring the Strengthened Air Police mission. At the end of the visit there will take place a flight exercise with MIG 21 Lancer, F-16 and Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft.

The NATO Military Committee Chairman, General Petr Pavel, is paying an official visit to Romania, Thursday through Saturday, at the invitation of Chief of General Staff, General Nicolae Ciuca.

On Saturday, President Iohannis will participate at Cincu shooting range in the "Saber Guardian 2017" military multinational exercise with field troops and combat shootings. Over 25,000 servicemen and over 2,000 technical means are deployed in this exercise. AGERPRES (RO — author: Florentina Peia, editor: Andreea Rotaru; EN — author: Adina Panaitescu, editor: Rodica Ionita)

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