Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Photo : Slovak military police during «Ochrance 2016» exercise

In the training centre «Lest»  it takes place  training and vocational training and kynology Military Police Vlkanova international and inter-departmental  exercise «Ochrance 2016» .

It involves the members of Slovak and Czech military police and the Office for the protection of constitutional officials and diplomatic missions of the Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic.

Exercise in training centre «Lest» viewed the state secretaries of Defence Marian salons and Ivan Máčovský, Chief of General Staff of the Slovak Armed Forces, General Milan Maxim, Commander of Ground Forces Brigadier General Ondřej Novosad, the Air Force commander Brigadier General Miroslav Korba, vice president of CA Ministry of Interior, General Lubomir Abel and other guests .

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The basic purpose of the Training Centre Lest establishment is to fulfil tasks related to national defence and security, implementing special training, medical support and health care mainly for special units of the Slovak Armed Forces and special executive units of the security system of the Slovak Republic.

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