The release says the group will also focus on efficient restructuring and retooling of new military audio-visual structures during the operations carried out by NATO.
The schedule of the convention in Bucharest also includes presenting the latest national military productions and seeking new ways of collaboration between the national audiovisual sections and natochannel.tv, the Internet television channel of NATO, the exchange of video products among the allies and the prospects for joint productions.
Heading the works of the NMAVWG convention are Colonel Giancarlo Fortuna, adviser at the NATO Defence College in Rome, and Colonel Radu Balbaie, director of the MApN Press Trust.
Attending the opening of the convention were also presidential adviser Iulian Fota and deputy head of the MApN Department for Relations with Parliament and Public Information Major-General Tudor Munteanu.
The ongoing 34th convention of the NMAVWG is attended by audiovisual specialists from most of the NATO member states.