Joint military exercises of special forces units of the armies of the UK, Moldova, Romania, and the US Joint Combined Exchange Training have kicked off In the training centers of Moldova, the Defense Ministry of Moldova said, APA reports.
"The exercise is being held to exchange experience between the military special forces of the four countries, as well as to increase interoperability. The soldiers will conduct shooting, parachute jumping, and field maneuvers," the ministry said.
The drills will last until April 7. The Moldovan Government has informed the citizens about the movement of military equipment on the roads of the country during this period.
Moldova, according to the constitution, is a neutral state but cooperates with the armies of NATO countries within the framework of an individual partnership plan with the alliance.