1 Bulgarian Training Site Complies with NATO Requirements

Politics » DEFENSE | April 27, 2010, Tuesday // 19:07
1 Bulgarian Training Ground in Compliance with NATO Requirements: 1 Bulgarian Training Site Complies with NATO Requirements Bulgaria and the US held Tuesday a joint paratroopers training at the Krumovo airport. Photo by Darik Plovdiv

The training ground in Bulgaria's Graf Ignatievo is the only site for the joint use of Bulgarian and US army with 100% compliance with NATO requirements.

The information was reported Tuesday during the paratroopers' exercises at the Krumovo airport, part of the joint Bulgarian-American military trainingThracian Spring 2010,” held between April 19 and 30.

The Tuesday exercise was attended by Bulgaria's Defense Minister, Anyu Angelov and the US Ambassador to Sofia, James Warlick.

Angelov also announced that the project to restructure the training ground at Bulgaria's Bezmer airport under the NATO Strategic Investment Program is delayed for an undetermined time period.

The other 2 joint military facilities – the Novo Selo training ground and the warehouses near Aytos only partially comply with the NATO requirements, according to Angelov.

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Tags: defense, NATO, military training, C-130 Hercules, Thracian Spring 2010, Novo Selo, Krumovo, Bezmer, Anyu Angelov, James Warlick

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