May 31st, 2006 at the Military Club in Yambol a press-conference and public discussion were also carried out, at which information about the common Bulgarian-American military facilities and the possibilities in front of the local business field were presented. The Press-conference and the public discussion took part at the military club of the town.
May 10th and 11th, 2006 at the Military Club in Sliven town several events were organized by NDCAA – Bulgaria, at which a full information according the common Bulgarian-American facilities was givenMay 10th, 2006 /Wednesday/ a press-conference for local and national media journalists took part; May 10th, 2006 a public discussion tookplace on subject: „The Disposal of Common Bulgarian-American Facilities in the Region”; May 11th, 2006 /Thursday/ a seminar with topic ”Requirements towards Bulgarian companies for common business with American partners” was carried out. At the seminar took part representatives of the US Embassy in Bulgaria, the American Chamber of Commerce and the European Command of the United States.
April 12th, 2006 NATO Defence College Anciens’ Association carried out a meeting with the public in town Stara Zagora on topic: “Common Bulgarian-American military facilities in the region of South-East Bulgaria – a factor for the stability and prosperity of the region.” with participation of high ranking representatives of the US Embassy in Sofia.
A Christmas Charity Reception organized in cooperation with the Ministry of Defence under the patronage of the Minister of Defence of Republic of Bulgaria for raising funds and presents for the children of the servicemen who perished in the implementation of their professional duty with the participation of the members of the Ministry of Defence, General Staff of the Bulgarian Armed Forces, Ambassadors and Military Attaches accredited in Bulgaria – December 2005.
NATO Defense College Anciens’ Association – Bulgaria opened a big “Cultural-Informational Center “NATO – EU”” in Sliven town on April 19th, 2005. The opening of the Center was a great event for the population of the region and had a wide impact on the media. It was attended by more than 300 people – representatives of the public sphere, politicians, governors and mayors, members of the parliament, generals and officers, as well as foreign diplomats.
NDCAA – Bulgaria in cooperation with the Council of Ministers of Republic of Bulgaria is implementing a project on subject: “Equal rights for professional realization and not allowing of discrimination in the Bulgarian Armed Forces”.
In December, NDCAA – Bulgaria organized a Christmas Charity Reception for raising funds for the children of perished members of the Army. In the activity participated the members of NDCAA – Bulgaria, representatives of Diplomatic missions in Bulgaria. The event was implemented under the patronage if the Prime Minister of the republic of Bulgaria – Mr. Simeon Saxcoburggotski. The event had a wide reflection in the media.
In May 2004 NDCAA – Bulgaria organized a National Conference in the implementation of project: “Management of ethnic, cultural and gender diversity in the all-volunteer army: applicability of US experience in the Bulgarian Armed Forces”. In the event took part high-ranking official guests. The Conference was conclusive for the project and had an essential reflection in the media.
NDCAA – Bulgaria in cooperation with the Association of Military Attaches Accredited in Bulgaria organized a Reception celebrating the Accession of Bulgaria in NATO. The event was attended by the 6th Senior Course from Italian Superior Institute of Armed Forces General Staff, the Deputy Minister of Defense – Republic of Bulgaria, representatives from the high public sphere and business elite in Bulgaria and had a wide reflection in the public and private media.
Traditionally in December, NDCAA – Bulgaria organized a Christmas Charity breakfast for raising funds for the children of perished members of the Army. In the activity participated the wives of the members of NDCAA – Bulgaria, the wives of the representatives of Diplomatic missions in Bulgaria. The event had a wide reflection in the media.
Participation as a co-organizer of the international conference on subject: “NATO and the Balkans: Together against terrorism”, September 2003.
Discussions on bilateral projects and a visit of the Adjutant General of National Guard of Tennessee with a delegation from the state.
Preparation of methodology for Defense Equal Opportunity Climate Assessment in the All-Volunteer Army, April 2004
Preparation of the international conference – conclusive for the project, May 2004 • Seminars in Rakovski Defense and Staff College and National Military University
NATO Days in several towns (Harmanli – with participation of US Naval Attache; Gabrovo; Sliven). Series of meetings with local representatives from all political parties, MPs, business elite on subject : NATO idea – collecting people – consensus.
Work on the implementation of a program from Democratic commision at the US Embassy on subject: “Management of Ethnic, Cultural and Gender Diversity in All-Volunteer Army: applicability of the US Model in Bulgarian Armed Forces” – analyses, research and seminars;
A Christmas charity breakfast for raising funds for the children of the members of the Armed Forces, perished in during the execution of their duty. In the event participated the wives of: governing body of Ministry of Defense, General Staff, the members of NDCAA – Bulgaria, NATO Defense Attaches and Ambassadors in Bulgaria.
Participation of the President, Vice-president and Secretary of the Association in the Annual International NDCAA Seminar and Meeting of Secretaries, September 2002, in Rome
“Bulgarian Accession in NATO: Challenges and Opportunities for Strengthening Security and Stability in South Eastern Europe”, a 3-day seminar and a meeting with participation of NATO Defense Attachés in Bulgaria and the leadership of Ministry of Defense and General Staff, 28-30 June 2002, Open Society Foundation, Sofia
“Conflict Prevention and Crisis Management in South Eastern Europe: Regional Perceptions and Western Approaches”, an international seminar with participation of generals, diplomats and professors from 8 countries: Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Italy, Romania, Turkey, Yugoslavia, April 2002
A 3-week distance learning course for 35 Bulgarian journalists, specialized in defense and security matters, journalists from all electronic media, Bulgarian biggest newspapers and the National television in Bulgaria, in cooperation with NATO HQ Brussels and AFSouth, as well as with the assistance of USA Embassy in Sofia, February-May 2002.