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Major military exercise starts on 18 October

By: J.S., STA

An international military exercise designed to strengthen the army’s preparedness for assisting in protection against natural disasters will take place at multiple locations around Slovenia between 18 and 29 October.

It will feature around 900 participants from 20 European countries, among them 500 Slovenian troops. Disaster Relief and Military Mobility Exercise 2021 is designed primarily as Slovenia’s contribution to the strengthening of the EU’s common defence and security policy.

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