Parliament takes note of President Iohannis's briefing on approved training of about 50 Ukrainian military personnel

Parliament takes note of President Iohannis's briefing on approved training of about 50 Ukrainian military personnel


The Romanian Parliament's joint plenary meeting took note on Tuesday of President Klaus Iohannis's briefing regarding the approval of equipment and goods donated to Ukraine by Finland transiting Romania, and the training of approximately 50 Ukrainian troops, CE Report quotes Agerpres

"In accordance with the provisions of Art. 119 of the Constitution of Romania and Law No. 291/2007 on foreign troops entering, stationing, carrying out operations or crossing the territory of Romania, republished, with subsequent amendments and additions, at the proposal of the prime minister of Romania, after consulting with the Supreme Council for National Defence, we approved the transit through Romania of the equipment and material goods donated by Finland to Ukraine, and the training of approximately 50 Ukrainian military personnel, for getting acquainted, using and maintaining the donated equipment," reads the document sent to Parliament by the head of the state.

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