Tuesday, October 22, 2013

India Trained Cambodian Peacekeepers

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AKP Phnom Penh, October 21, 2013 

Forty seven (47) Cambodian armed forces successfully completed training courses on peacekeeping and de-mining recently facilitated by experienced Indian officials.

Organized at the training center for multinational peacekeepers located at Phnom Sruoch of Kampong Speu province, the sessions were officially closed last Friday under the chairmanship of General Sem Sovanny, Director General of the National Center for Peacekeeping Forces Management, Mine and ERW Clearance (NPMEC), and First Secretary to Indian Ambassador to Cambodia Mr. M. Rajamurugan.

General Sem Sovanny appreciated the support of the Indian side and proposed further capacity building, support of technical equipment and visit exchange in the peacekeeping and de-mining works.

Mr. M. Rajamurugan was pleased with the military cooperation between the two countries and promised to bring the requests for his government’s consideration.

By Mom Chan Dara Soleil

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