A NATO center for studying, creating, and perfecting the capacities of the Alliance in crisis management and disaster relief is to be set up in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, Bulgarian Deputy Defense Minister Avgustina Tsvetkova announced Tuesday.
NATO's Sofia crisis management center will first be based in the Shipka hotel, which is owned by the Bulgarian Defense Ministry, but will later be housed in a building of its own, she added, as cited by Mediapool.
According to Tsvetkova, the NATO center in Sofia will not have operational tasks and will focus on drafting strategic papers and training experts....
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