Wednesday, June 27, 2007

ROMANIA, SERBIA, BULGARIA CO-OPERATE IN FIGHTING TERRORISM DURING JOINT TRAINING

Source: Sofia Echo


Military training Danube Guard 07 participants demonstrated the opportunities for co-operation in the fight against terrorism between Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia.

Six border cutters of which four Bulgarian and two Romanian, two helicopters and one ship took part in the first phase of the training close to the Bulgarian village of Vruv, Bulgarian news agency BTA reported.

The presidents of the three countries observed the training.

The first phase of the training simulated actions in case of vessel kidnapping. The participants had to neutralise the terrorists and free the hostages.

The second part of the training will take part in Timok River with the participation of Bulgarian and Serbian soldiers. The third part will be at the territory of Danube's pass Zhelezni Vrata 2 and will involve Romanian-Serbian actions.

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