The Chief of General Staff of the Army, Lieutenant General Vasko Gjurchinovski, visited the joint training, conducted by members of the Special Forces Battalion of the Republic of North Macedonia and members of the Special Forces Command of the Hellenic Armed Forces.
After viewing part of the planned training in the barracks “Gjorce Petrov” in Skopje, General Gjurchinovski praised the demonstrated readiness and interoperability in close combat procedures in an urban environment. He expressed support for the cooperation between members of the special forces of the two armies, as NATO allies, which began between the countries, where knowledge and gained experiences were selflessly shared.
Parallel to this joint activity, the fourth in a row of this kind, parachute training is being conducted in the Republic of Greece, which is also attended by members of the Special Forces Battalion.
The special forces training, conducted in accordance with the plan for bilateral cooperation between the Republic of North Macedonia and the Republic of Greece, is conducted in the period from 19 to 23 October, with joint training and exchange of experiences in the barracks for special forces, as well as diving training conducted at the Water Training Camp in Ohrid.