Bulgaria, Romania DefMins Duscussing Joint EU, NATO Missions
Cooperation under the EU and NATO frameworks are on the agenda of Bulgarian Defense Minister Nikolay Nenchev and his Romanian counterpart Mihnea Motoc during Nenchev's visit to Bucharest on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The two are set to discuss collective security and joint preparations into future operations and missions that could be called by either organization in the future, the Bulgarian Defense Ministry has said.
Nenchev is set to lay wreath at the monument to Bulgarian soldiers who perished during the First World War in Bucharest.
A delegation representing war veterans (including disabled veterans) and reservists is accompanying the minister.
Upon his return from Romania, Nechev is to receive Serbian counterpart Zoran ?or?evi? in Sofia.
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