Radu went on to explain that the centers will cover the training of its staff in various specialties, already in use.
“Our activity entails search-and-rescue missions in water, and we have intervention divers. We have intervention vehicles in each subordinated unit. We also have intervention climbers, paramedics and resources for CBRN missions, where Romania does well, but we will continue to develop this facility. We currently have 32 teams to deal with the collecting, transport and storage of water, air, and soil samples to be tested for chemical contamination. So all these specialties will be covered by these training centers, which entail construction works but also the specialized training staff,” he said.