EUFOR

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EUFOREuropean Force (EU)
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He was welcomed by the Force Commander of EUFOR, Major General Reinhard Trischak.
They have worked in EUFOR Althea in Bosnia and Herzegovina since the establishment of the mission in 2004.The Defence Ministers of the EU member countries met in Vienna to negotiate issues of illegal migration to Europe and the project of Permanent Structured Cooperation called PESCO."The EUFOR Althea operation has a significant meaning when it comes to the stabilisation of the western Balkans," said Defence Minister Peter Gajdoscaron (SNS), as quoted by the SITA newswire, adding that he is glad that Slovakia has participated from the beginning.
The commemoration took place at Butmir Camp Memorial Park in the attendance of General Major Johann Luif, EUFOR Commander in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dejana Svraka, leader of the 17th rotation of the Medical Team of the Army of the Republic of Macedonia, contributing to the EUFOR ALTEA Operation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, all senior national representatives in the EUFOR Contingent in Bosnia and Herzegovina, representatives of the EUFOR administration in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the representative of the Embassy of the Republic of Macedonia, Dimitar Mitrevski.
Hence, initially a general description of peacekeeping operations and EUFOR Mission were given.
Eufor Althea is the European Union peacekeeping mission that replaced the NATO-led force (SFOR) in 2004.
(C) After discussing the facts of the EUFOR soldier's death (ref A), Serman said that all concerned parties should work to see that Sudan did not "escalate" tensions with Chad.
Eufor's mandate includes protecting refugees from Sudan, as well as Chadians.
"So it could be EUFOR. EUFOR has been advised of the presence of Mr.
According to Lieutenant-Colonel Jean Axelos, a spokesman, the firefight, in which no Eufor troops were injured, took place about four kilometres north of Goz Beida.
Synopsis: Chad's president, Idriss Deby, is eager to see the full deployment of a European Union peacekeeping force (EUFOR) to his country.
Around 350 Welsh Guards are based in Banja Luka as part of a European forces (Eufor) peacekeeping group.
EUFOR is the European Union peacekeeping force in Bosnia- Herzegovina.