ROMANIA AND THE COMMUNIST BLOC 1964-1968. GEOPOLITICAL ASSESSMENT

  • Laurentiu-Cristian DUMITRU Ministerul Apararii Nationale

Abstract

The middle of the 1960s has been marked by a pronounced process of integrating the armies of the Warsaw Pact member states, directed, organized and firmly led by Moscow. At the reunion of the chiefs of General Staffs, that took place in Moscow, in February 1966, the Romanian delegation presented its own point of view on the activity improvement of the Warsaw Pact military structures. According to this point of view, the Romanian delegation pointed out the necessity to improve the Status of functioning of the Unified Armed Forces Commandment, in order to correspond with the Treaty’s provisions and initial purpose.
Keywords: Warsaw Pact; Unified Armed Forces Commandment; Political Consultative Committee; Military Council; Supreme Commander.

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Published
2012-06-01
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