It is the third consecutive year that LFMA organises the International Week, which has become a cyclical event in the University’s schedule. This year, the event took place on 29 May – 2 June 2017.

“The objective of these meetings is to exchange experiences among their participants as well as to familiarise them with the tasks and general objectives of our University’s activity, its history and tradition. The stay of our foreign guests in Poland is also an opportunity to visit the selected military units and present the landmarks of Wrocław and Lower Silesia,” said the Representative for International Cooperation and Protocol, Colonel of Reserve Krzysztof Klupa, PhD.

This year, 5 foreign military universities answered the invitation extended by the Rector Commandant. Delegations from the Military Academy in Lisbon (Portugal), the Royal Military Academy in Breda (the Netherlands), the Military Academy of Lithuania in Vilnius (Lithuania), the National Defence Academy of Latvia in Riga (Latvia) and the Army Officers’ Academy in Dresden (Germany) were the guests of LFMA.

They were provided with information on the University. During a visit to the Hall of Tradition, the history and tradition of our Alma Mater were presented and the guests could acquaint themselves with our extensive educational and training facilities.

The foreign delegations had an opportunity to visit the Engineer and Chemical Troops Training Centre and the Museum of Engineer and Chemical Troops.

As part of a rich cultural programme, the guests saw Książ Castle and the Discovery Centre along with the entire complex of the Centennial Hall in Wrocław. The history and major monuments of Wrocław were presented during a guided tour.

On the last day of their visit, the delegations attended lectures on the armed conflict in Donbass, delivered by officers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine as part of the “Katedra Ad-Hoc” programme.

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