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EGF Commander's Message

CDR Lucian Gavrila

EGF Commander's Message

Welcome to the European Gendarmerie Force (EUROGENDFOR) web site.

Founded in 2007, EUROGENDFOR has 10 years’ history of participation in the stabilization of crises and conflict areas outside of the European Union, where we contributed to the protection of population, the promotion of the Human Rights, and the re-establishment of the Rule of Law.

As a pre-organized, robust and rapidly deployable Multinational Police Force composed of police officers with military status, EUROGENDFOR is able to cover the full range of police assignments through executive policing and/or support to the development of local police forces.

We are tasked and responsible to The High Level Interdepartmental Committee (CIMIN), composed of high representatives of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Defence or the Minister of Interior, and The General Commanders or Directors of the respective gendarmerie forces of our Member States.

The spectrum of our duties comprises different specialized tasks starting from the community policing through criminal investigations to overall public security. In addition we participate in various police trainings structured by wide spectrum of different organizations.

All activities performed by my subordinates, colleagues, and partners are a continuation of what has been already achieved by our predecessors. Some roads are paved, many doors are open, but there is room for progress, improvement, and strengthening. Acting as a family created of our national organizations we can do much more with a support of hundred years of history and tradition, accumulated experience, and organisational culture. We all are ready to follow our motto “LEX PACIFERAT”, ready to bring our contribution to a more peaceful world and to serve our citizens by defending The Rule of Law.

Lucian Gavrilă

EGF Commander

 

If you have any questions or concerns please contact us directly at phq.legal@eurogendfor.org or tel. +39 0444 935205. 

 









 

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