On 5 May, the National Fire and Rescue Centre (CNIS) was officially opened by His Royal Highness the Grand Duke, in the presence of the minister of the interior and chairwoman of the CGDIS board of directors, Taina Bofferding, and Lydie Polfer, mayor of the City of Luxembourg, and vice president of the board of directors of the CGDIS. Symbolising the 2018 reform of the emergency services, the CNIS brings together several CGDIS directorates and services on a single site.
During a ceremony, the CGDIS corps flag was presented to its general director, Paul Schroeder, in front of 400 guests. On this occasion, a commemorative plaque was unveiled, while guided tours were offered to discover the backstage of the CNIS.
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