70 officers from special forces from Moldova, Romania and the U.S.A. attend a drill named Joint Combined Exchange Training.
The fighters test their intervention capacities in high-hazard situations and learn from one another.
Their concrete mission was to destroy a would-be enemy within a building.
As a rule, the special forces participate in the hardest missions. They had to prove they can survive in extreme conditions without water and food.
”Such exercises contribute to the enhancement of cooperation, not only interpersonally, but also among the armies of our countries,” said Romanian ambassador to Moldova Daniel Ioniță.
The application will unfurl for a month at the drill field from Bulboaca, a village east of the capital Chisinau.