„King Ferdinand” Frigate, under NATO command


Get real time updates directly on you device, subscribe now.

„King Ferdinand” Frigate has entered NATO command as of Friday, more precisely under the command of the Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM) and will carry out operations of monitoring the maritime traffic within the Sea Guardian Operation, says a Ministry of Defence press release.

According to the commitments assumed by our country to the Alliance allies, „King Ferdinand” Frigate is part of the forces made available to NATO, and the Romanian Naval Forces are thus contributing to endorsing efforts to ensure regional security and stability. After ending planned training within the <Mavi Balina 18> exercise, organized by Turkey, the Romanian military ship has entered under the MARCOM command as of Friday, October 5 and is conducting monitoring missions in the Mediterranean Sea within the Sea Guardian Operation,” the press release informs.

There are 240 military onboard „King Ferdinand” Frigate.

DONATE: Support our work
In an ever changing and challenging world, the media is constantly struggling to resist. Romania Journal makes no exception. We’ve been informing you, our readers, for almost 10 years, as extensively as we can, but, as we reject any state funding and private advertising is scarce, we need your help to keep on going.
So, if you enjoy our work, you can contribute to endorse the Romania Journal team. Any amount is welcome, no strings attached. Choose to join with one of the following options:
Donate with PayPal
Donate by Bank Wire
Black Zonure SRL
UniCredit Bank. Swift: BACXROBU
RON: RO84 BACX 0000 0022 3589 1000
EURO: RO57 BACX 0000 0022 3589 1001
USD: RO30 BACX 0000 0022 3589 1002

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.