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7th Croatian Army Contingent deployed to Poland as part of NATO mission

ZAGREB, Dec 12 (Hina) – The 7th Croatian Army Contingent has arrived in Poland to join NATO’s Forward Enhanced Presence mission there, the Defence Ministry said on Friday.

The mission is carried out by a multinational battlegroup comprising military personnel from the United States, the United Kingdom, Romania, Poland and Croatia. Their task is to increase their interoperability and readiness for collective defence through joint training exercises.

Speaking at the send-off ceremony in Bjelovar, Croatian Army Commander Lt. Gen. Boris Seric said that participation in this mission was an excellent opportunity to acquire and exchange new knowledge and experience with personnel from the allied countries included in the battle group.

He said that the Croatian Contingent would carry out all their tasks professionally, adhering to all security procedures.

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