NATO’s Military Committee Chairman Makes Historic Visit to Chisinau, Strengthening Defense Bonds

A delegation led by Admiral Robert Bauer, the Chairman of NATO’s Military Committee, is undertaking an official visit to Chisinau from May 15 to May 17. According to the Ministry of Defense, Admiral Robert Bauer will engage in working meetings with the leadership of the Ministry of Defense and the General Staff of the National Army, officials from state institutions, as well as representatives of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security, Defense, and Public Order.

On May 16, at 11:25 am, the Commander of the National Army, Brigadier General Eduard Ohladciuc, and NATO’s Chairman of the Military Committee, Robert Bauer, will hold a joint press conference at the Ministry of Defense headquarters.


The visit of Admiral Robert Bauer, a high-ranking NATO official, highlights the importance of the partnership between the Republic of Moldova and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It serves as an opportunity to further strengthen defense cooperation, enhance military capabilities, and promote regional security.

During the meetings with Moldovan officials, the delegation will discuss various aspects of defense collaboration, including training and capacity building, joint exercises, and the exchange of expertise in the fields of security and defense. The visit also aims to foster closer ties between the Moldovan armed forces and NATO, facilitating dialogue and information sharing on common security challenges.

The presence of Admiral Robert Bauer and his engagement with key stakeholders in Moldova’s defense sector demonstrate NATO’s commitment to supporting the country’s defense reforms and modernization efforts. This visit serves as a testament to the ongoing partnership between Moldova and NATO, with both sides working together to ensure regional stability and security.

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