Short presentation of study on Civil-Military Cooperation – its meaning, leading principles and functions and the cooperation in emergency situations
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Logistics and technology, National military university Vasil Levski, Bulgaria
Submission date: 2024-02-26
Final revision date: 2023-03-05
Acceptance date: 2024-03-23
Online publication date: 2024-03-27
Publication date: 2024-03-27
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Hristiyana Stoyanova Toneva   

Logistics and technology, National military university Vasil Levski, Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
Przegląd Nauk o Obronności 2023;(17):73-79
This article presents the eternal relevance of the decision-making process and its inseparable connection with the personality of the decision-maker. Broadly speaking, the subject of consideration is the civil-military cooperation and relations. The main goal of the author is to review the leading principles and functions of CIMIC and offer information about an actual event where this was helpfully used.

The scientific methodology used is a combination of a theoretical review of the issue and the presentation of the mentioned techniques used in emergency situations in Bulgaria. This method is the best one for reaching the author’s goal.

The importance of the civil-military cooperation in both military and non-military operations is analysed in the article. This is accomplished by using real situations as examples and by theoretical conclusions. The author is determined to make the audience believe that these civil-military relations are of paramount importance to all operations’ successes.

The author is aware that this is a repeatedly researched topic. It is a topic that is essential for both military and non-military researches and operations. As far as the author is concerned, this civil-military cooperation is of paramount importance to the successes of the military operations and provides all the information in order to make an impact on the readers.

Atanasova-Krasteva, N. (2017). CIMIC Handbook, Publishing complex of Vasil Levski National Military University, Bulgaria.
Enev E., Marinov P. (2014), Maintenance operations of international peace and security, Ministry of Defence, Bulgaria.
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