World Security Organization (WSO)
Organización Mundial de Seguridad
Vsemirnaja Organizacija Bezopasnosti (MOB)
1994-04-21 Veliko Turnovo Bulgaria
21 Apr 1994, Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgaria). Also previously referred to as Mirovaja Organizacija Bezopasnosti (MOB).
Unite veterans worldwide, protect their private, social and professional rights and interests and coordinate their activities; function as world security forces, a global informative network and a consultative body to international organizations and governments; take the initiative internationally for private, public, religious, ethnic, cultural and ecological security; conduct rescue operations in case of global natural or ecological disaster and religious, civil or military conflict; develop, coordinate, manage and assist in implementing international anti-crisis, stabilizing, training and other programs, particularly international programs combating organized crime, narco-business, terror, religious and sectarian fundamentalism.
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General Headquarters. Council of the President, comprising 6 Vice Presidents, Director of World Programs and World Director of Training Programs, headed by President. Board of Directors (National Executive and Operative Directors). Regional Operative Centre, consisting of 2 Directors and Executive Secretary. World Public Council. Regional Subdivisions.
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