The delegation consisted of high-ranking officials, amongst which there were: the Head of the National Security Bureau, Minister Paweł SOLOCH; Director of the Armed Forces Supervision Department BG Jarosław KRASZEWSKI; Head of Department of Strategic Analyses Przemysław PACUŁA and Chief of the Operational Group, COL Waldemar KOZICKI .
The Director of the Centre, COL Grzegorz WASIELEWSKI presented a short brief on the role of the Centre within the Military Police Community of Interest and its impact on transformation of MP standards and capabilities. The NATO MP COE Director said “Although our Centre was accredited and activated as NATO Military Body less than two and a half years ago, we have already proved the NATO MP COE was a real added value for the MP Community of Interest. Personally, I am honored to lead a great Team of dedicated experts from ten NATO countries”
Minister SOLOCH expressed a particular interest in the challenges and new tasks for the Centre in 2017. Since the NATO MP COE is currently undergoing the Quality Assurance process and awaits an ACT’s visit at the beginning of October, the importance and consequences of this NATO procedure was further elaborated on to the Secretary of State.
The visit proves the growing importance of the Centre for the Polish government, and it underscores the Polish engagement in providing support to NATO and PfP.