Romania’s National Day Parade. The most beautiful moments from the parade of December 1, 2021. VIDEO and PHOTO

The December 1st parade in Bucharest was broadcast LIVE on www.observatornews.ro. 1500 soldiers with more than a hundred fighting machines, missiles and technical means marched under the Arc de Triomphe.

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The parade on December 1 in Bucharest, on Romania’s National Day, was LIVE VIDEO from 11.00 on www.observatornews.ro and on our Facebook page.

About 1,500 soldiers and specialists from the Ministry of National Defense, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, STS and the National Administration of Penitentiaries, joined by foreign soldiers, with about 100 technical means will participate on Wednesday, December 1, starting with 11.00, at the Military Parade National Day organized on the occasion of the National Day of Romania, in the Arc de Triomphe Square in Bucharest. Also, depending on the weather conditions, about 30 aircraft will evolve, the Ministry of National Defense announced.

As shown by the special parade on December 1, Romania’s National Day

Every year, the Arc de Triomphe is the main stage of the military parade and not by chance. It is a historical landmark and, at the same time, a symbol of our Capital. The Arc de Triomphe commemorates the victory of the Romanian Army in the First World War, but also the Great Union of 103 years ago. Today, 1,500 soldiers, with over a hundred fighting machines, missiles and technical means, passed under the Arc de Triomphe today.

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December 1st. Armored parade on National Day

Exhibition of military equipment, after the parade on December 1

According to the Ministry of Defense, an exhibition of military equipment will be located in the area of ​​the Arc de Triomphe, which can be visited after the official ceremony, until 14.00.

Also in Bucharest will take place, starting with 9.00, a military and religious ceremony of laying wreaths and wreaths at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, in Carol I Park, and from 19.00, soldiers of the 30th Guard Brigade “Mihai Viteazul” they will retreat with torches on the route Palace of the National Military Circle – Calea Victoriei – Palace of Parliament – Cotroceni Palace – brigade headquarters.

Military ceremony in Alba Iulia as well

In the Alba Iulia garrison, starting with 15.00, wreaths and wreaths will be laid at the “Great Union” Monument, the activity being followed by the military ceremony, in the area of ​​1 December 1918 Boulevard, in which approximately 550 soldiers and specialists will take part. from the Ministry of National Defense and the Ministry of Internal Affairs, with ground technical means and military aircraft.

The military ceremonies in the two cities can also be watched online by accessing the Facebook page of the Ministry of National Defense (https://www.facebook.com/mapn.ro/). On the occasion of December 1, in garrisons where large units and military units are deployed, representatives of the Romanian Army will participate, at the request and with the support of local authorities, in the preparation, organization and conduct of parades with personnel and equipment, as well as military and religious wreath-laying ceremonies.

Special day for the Romanian military in the country and around the world

Also, the national flag will be hoisted in all military institutions in the country, and the Great Pavoaz will be raised on board sea and river ships. Soldiers on missions in theaters of operations, as well as those on missions in Poland, perform specific military ceremonies and activities on the occasion of National Day.

On Wednesday, December 1, and Thursday, December 2, the Ministry of National Defense is organizing a vaccination marathon, an action designed to support the national effort to combat COVID-19. The marathon will take place in the vaccination centers of six military hospitals in the country, which are also regional centers for the storage of vaccines against SARS-CoV-2.

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Tammy Sewell is our Writer and Social at OICanadian.com. Tammy loves sports, she writes our celebrities news. She spends time browsing through several celebs news sources as well the Instagram. Email: Tammy@oicanadian.com Phone: +1 513-209-1700

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