|COM EUFOR (1st Left with MG Dağsali (on right)).|
On the 8th February 2011, COM EUFOR, Major General Bernhard Bair, welcomed the Commander of the Armed Forces College, Major General Bülent Dağsali, to EUFOR.
During their Office Call they discussed the general security situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the continuing contribution of Turkish troops to the Op Althea Mission. Turkey is one of the largest troop contributing nations to the mission, supplying manpower to the Multinational Battalion, leading a Regional Coordination Centre (RCC Centre), operating 6 Liaison and Observation Teams, leading the Integrated Police Unit and filling posts in the EUFOR HQ. COM EUFOR praised the professionalism of the Turkish troops under his Command and their contribution to the work of EUFOR.
|COM EUFOR Major General Bernhard Bair with personnel of LOT Goražde.|
On 5th February 2011 COM EUFOR, Major General Bernhard Bair, continued his series of Liaison and Observation Team (LOT) House visits by touring Foča and Goražde.
His first stop was the LOT House in Foča where, after a brief from the commander and his staff, he lunched in the town with the Mayor, Mr. Zdravko Krsmanović. They discussed local issues and the upcoming change in the LOT house team where a Slovakian team will take over from the German’s currently manning it.
|COM EUFOR and the Deputy Prime Minister in front of Honour Guard|
|Gen McColl taking the salute as members of the Multinational Battalion March Past.|
General McColl has had a long connection with Bosnia and Herzegovina having served with UNPROFOR and IFOR.
He took the salute at a farewell ceremony where elements of the Multi National Battalion (MNBN) paraded for him. They were followed by a fly past from the EUFOR helicopters based in Camp Butmir.
|COM EUFOR Major General Bernhard Bair and his Excellency Mr. Tom Brady, Ambassador of Ireland to Bosnia and Herzegovina|
On the 27th January 2011 His Excellency Mr. Tom Brady, Ambassador of Ireland to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia returned to Camp Butmir to mark the rotation of the Irish Contingent serving in EUFOR.
During an Office Call with COM EUFOR, Major General Bernhard Bair, he was updated on the current status of the operation. The General praised the contribution that the outgoing contingent had made to EUFOR and fully expects the new contingent to maintain their high standards.
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