MARITIME SECURITY – LUXEMBOURG AND PORTUGAL HELP CAPE VERDE

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keywords: maritime security, defense cooperation, cape verde, portugal, luxembourg. Luxembourg and Portugal will help Cape Verde fight against trafficking at sea and strengthen the defense of its maritime borders. This is announced today by the Minister of Defense, Étienne Schneider, currently on a two-day working visit to Cape Verde. The main objectives of this cooperation will be the fight against drug trafficking to Europe and the maritime piracy of ships flying the Luxemburgish flag have already been victims. This cooperation will concern men and materials: – Luxembourg and Portugal will…

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DEFENSE LUXEMBOURG – 29TH SESION ARMY VOLUNTEERS TAKE AN OATH

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keywords: lëtzebuerger arméi, volunteer service to the army, voluntary military service, solemn promise, luxembourg. Forty-three new recruits took the oath on the 12 January at the Diekirch Military Center in the presence of Defense Minister Etienne Schneider and the new Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces General Alain Duschène. This ceremony marks for volunteers the completion of the four-month basic training. This phase aims to prepare the volunteer soldiers for their 36-month military training, which can then be extended. Of a total of 65 recruits, 43 have successfully completed…

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SECURITY JOBS – POLICE ARMY FIRE/RESCUE ARE HIRING

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keywords: security jobs luxembourg, recruitment, lëtzebuerger arméi, police lëtzebuerg, pompjeeën. Long regarded as a small sleepy country, the Grand Duchy wakes up in recent years under the current government impulse through significant increases in budgets allocated to Public Security. Thus major campaigns for the modernization of equipment and rejuvenation of the staff are launched for the Army, the Police, the Fire/Rescue services. These three entities were present at the 2017 Student Fair at LuxExpo and their booths were continuously packed, highlighting the new interest of the youngest for military, police…

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