Croatia to join NATO in April
The most extensive military exercise ever conducted in Croatia and the first such NATO?s exercise in a non-NATO state, is presently going through its peak phase in Croatia. The largest part of today?s military movements and maneuvers took place in the Split area. It was attended by the highest military officials on the training ground in Slunj. Defence Minister Berislav Roncevic reiterated that he believed Croatia has made a significant progress and that he expected it would receive an invitation to join NATO in April next year at the summit in Bucarest. The exercise is one of the final checks of Croatia?s capabilities prior to NATO accession. Bad news my friends
Dont you all think that We need to join international organisations like this. It will also help provide us with security in the long term…AuthorPostsViewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
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