Ambassador of Romania visit

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The Ambassador of Romania to Hungary, HE Mr. Marius Gabriel Lazurca accompanied by the Defense Attaché, Colonel Savu Toma visited the NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE) in Budapest.

The aim of the visit was to discuss possibilites to extend the scope of cooperation between Romania and the Centre. The guests were briefed by the Director of MILMED COE, COL Dr. László Fazekas (HUN) and by the respective medical branch heads.

COL Fazekas commended Romania as Steering Nation for its contributions to the Centre, while HE Mr. Lazurca reaffirmed Romania's continuous support to MILMED COE.

 

Ambassador of Chile visit

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The Ambassador of Chile to Hungary, HE Mrs. Verónica Chahin has recently paid an official visit to the NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE) in Budapest.

The aim of the visit was to get familiar with the Centre and to discuss further possibilites for cooperation between Chile as potential partner nation and the Centre. The Ambassador was received by the Director of MILMED COE, COL Dr. László Fazekas (HUN).

As result of the visit MILMED COE initiated participation of Chilean students on individual training opportunities provided by the Centre to NATO partners in 2016 and 2017.

 

COE Directors Conference 2016

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Photo credit: ENSEC COE

 

Twenty-four NATO Centre of Excellence (COE) Directors and representatives from the NATO Allied Command Transformation (ACT) and the NATO Headquarters (HQ) in Brussels met for a conference on 06-07 October 2016 in Vilnius, Lithuania. This year the conference was hosted by the NATO Energy Security Centre of Excellence (ENSEC COE) and chaired by Colonel Gintaras Bagdonas, Director of ENSEC COE. 

 

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NATO Run 2016

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More than 4000 runners, including soldier athletes from 12 NATO countries participated at the 11th NATO run on 25 September 2016 in Budapest, Hungary. This year 12 staff members of the NATO Centre of Excellence for Military Medicine (MILMED COE) completed the hard but spectacular running route and received the finisher's medals at the Kapisztrán Square in the Buda Castle.

Unconditional Accreditation of NATO MILMED COE

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More than a year ago, the MILMED COE applied, and began the preparations, for Institutional Accreditation granted by NATO Allied Command Transformation (ACT). Per Bi-SC 75-2, accreditation is based on NATO Quality Standards and requires an educational training facility to demonstrate the existence of an effective quality management system (QMS), as well as to provide evidence of their contribution to NATO.

 

ACT’s Joint Force Trainer (JFT) conducted a site visit of the MILMED COE from May 11-13, 2016. On September 26, 2016, ACT JFT provided the final report declaring UNCONDITIONAL ACCREDITATION of the MILMED COE for the next 6 years. As a result, the MILMED COE courses now achieve the highest NATO certification of “NATO Approved”.

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