Within the next three weeks, the Canadian instructors will conduct training courses on the modernization of logistics, as well as organizing and conducting of logistic operations in the armies of NATO countries. Course lessons are provided in the form of modules, which makes it possible to familiarize the cadets with the standards of NATO's logistic support and various issues relating to the transport, supply, maintenance, planning and coordination of logistics, Censor.NET reports referring to Defense Ministry press service.
"We have rather efficient cooperation with our partners in Ukraine concerning implementation of modern logistics system; we have opportunity to adapt our training programs to the needs of Odesa's military educational establishment. We see a high professionalism of cadets. These young people will implement changes in the army soon. They are the future of the Ukrainian Armed Forces," Lieutenant Colonel Tim Arsenault said.
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