Feb. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Romania plans to lower the number of soldiers available for service abroad this year by 312, the president’s office said today.
The Romanian army will now have a force of 2,036 ready to serve in missions under the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, European Union or United Nations, according to an e-mailed statement. Romania will also make available about 490 soldiers or policemen from the country’s Interior Affairs Ministry to serve in international missions, the presidency said.
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