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ROMANIA: XVIII Conference of IPA Sections of Central & Eastern Europe

Romania 18-21 May 2017

Dated 09-08-2017

From 18 – 21 May 2017, the Romanian Section of the IPA proudly hosted the 18th Conference of IPA Sections of Central and Eastern Europe, CEEC, in Bucharest, gathering friends of the following 16 countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland and Hungary.
The conference venue was the ‘Alexandru Ioan Cuza’ Police Academy in Bucharest, and the conference session, held on 19 May, was opened and chaired by the President of IPA Romania, Univ.-Prof. Dr. General (res.) Costică Voicu and followed three main professional themes: Romanian Police, Romanian Police fighting corruption and Formation and ongoing specialised training of police officers on a national level.
Speakers and guests of honour for the aforementioned themes were official representatives of the Romanian Police and state institutions: Daniel-Costel Torje, Rector of the Police Academy ‘Alexandru Ioan Cuza’, Deputy General Inspector of the Romanian Police Virgil Spiridon, Deputy Inspector General of the Romanian Border Police, Dumitru Haralambie and Magda Mirea, Police Subcommissioner in the Romanian Anti-Corruption General Directorate, thus giving the participant countries the opportunity to have a wider picture of the Romanian Police work, structures, functioning and formation.
After the conference, the fun part of the programme followed, with guests being invited to visit the Palace of the Parliament, also known as the House of the People, which is the world’s second largest administrative building, and continued with a busy Saturday visit to the two legendary castles in Transylvania, the medieval Bran Castle (or Dracula’s Castle) and the neo-Renaissance Peleș Castle, standing as immutable proof of Romania’s unique culture, timeless traditions and strong beliefs. Many photos were taken during the trip and the entire group of IPA friends had a fantastic time.
An official dinner party with traditional Romanian music in the host hotel, Rin Airport Otopeni, where compliments and gifts were exchanged between the Romanian organising Section and each of the guest sections, marked the closing of the 18th Conference of IPA Sections of Central and Eastern Europe.
The Romanian Section of the IPA has been once again honoured and contented to welcome and gather both old and new friends from the 16 participant countries, under the aegis of a common IPA motto ‘Servo per Amikeco’.

Cristina Marin, event organiser, IPA Romania


 

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