|DCOM EUFOR (right) being briefed by OR-6 Schwendtbauer on vehicle drills|
|COMEUFOR (centre) with members of the Military Diplomatic Corps|
|Group Photo of DCOM, Director BHMAC and School Director with other EUFOR staff and Pupils|
In his speech General Nagy said how important EUFOR sees the Mine Risk Education as a way of reducing the casualties experienced in the country. Whilst the numbers of casualties is reducing already this year 4 people have been killed in mine accidents.
The 20 students and staff, including participants from all across Southeast Europe and 2 from the USA, were welcomed by the Chief of Staff, Brigadier General Günter Giesa, before being briefed on the History, Mandate and Operation of the EUFOR mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina by his staff officers.
|His Excellency William C. Eacho III, COM EUFOR.|
During their Office Call the Austrian General highlighted the commitment of Austria, as the largest Troop Contributing Nation, to EUFOR and explained the role of the mission to assist the BiH authorities maintain a Safe and Secure Environment. This year the mission has expanded to include assisting the Armed Forces with Capacity Building and Training.
|Major General Jean-Marc Halter, Brigadier General Tibor Nagy|
On 3rd November 2010, Major General Jean-Marc Halter, Chief of the Swiss Armed Forces Joint Staff, paid a visit to DCOM EUFOR, Brigadier General Tibor Nagy.
DCOM EUFOR briefed him on the security situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina and also took the opportunity to praise the effort and contribution of the Swiss contingent to EUFOR. Swiss forces currently work in the HQ, man a couple of the Local Observation Teams in the south of the country and support training of the Armed Forces of BiH through a Mobile Training Team.
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