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Moldovan government wants country’s soldiers to take part in Rapid Trident drills
12:20, 6 September 2017
Moldovan government wants country’s soldiers to take part in Rapid Trident drills

Prime Minister of Moldova called ungrounded Dodon’s ban on participation in military exercises in Ukraine

12:20, 6 September 2017

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Moldovan government will insist that its military takes part in the international exercise Rapid Trident-2017 in Ukraine. This was announced by country’s Prime Minister Pavel Filip duing the Cabinet meeting, urging ministers to find an opportunity to send the Moldovan contingent to the exercises, reports NewsMaker.

"The trip to the exercises in Ukraine was cancelled the other day. Before that, five more trips were canceled in the same way. I believe that there are no grounds for this. It's not a secret that 80% of participation expenses are paid for by partners and organizers. Nobody needs an untrained army. I suggest we include in the agenda the government's decision on the participation of our military in the exercises, "Filip said.

Related: 2,500 Ukrainian army men to participate in Rapid Trident 2017, - Defense Ministry

As it was reported earlier President of Moldova Igor Dodon prohibited the Moldovan military servicemen to take part in the international Rapid Trident-2017 drills that will take place at Yavoriv proving ground, Lviv region. Dodon published the exchange of the official letters with the Deputy of the Defense Minister George Galbura in Facebook.

Related: Ukrainian-American drills Rapid Trident-2017 to take place in September

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