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MApN – amendments to National Defence Law: possibility of militarising forces within the Ministry of Internal Affairs

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The Ministry of National Defence (MApN) has put up for public debate a draft normative act on Romania’s National Defence Law which provides for the possibility of militarising, under certain conditions, the protection forces within the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

The law also establishes the competences and the means to employ military and non-military capabilities formed at peace, in the situation of hybrid threats.

MApN considers that the adoption of the law is necessary also from the perspective of harmonisation of the normative framework in the field of defence, as well as from the need to address national defence in the context of collective defence within the North Atlantic Alliance and the Common Security and Defence Policy of the European Union.

AGERPRES

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