Indian Army To Provide UN Peacekeeping Training To Myanmar

According to the Ministry of External Affairs press release, the program aims at training officers as well as troops in various UN peacekeeping roles and tasks. Two such programs have been conducted earlier by the Indian Army for the Myanmar armed forces.

The present program, which is the third in a series, will train 30 officers of the Myanmar armed forces. The training covers various aspects of peacekeeping, including humanitarian relief operations, rebuilding infrastructure, providing civilian police support, monitoring borders and supporting electoral processes, said the statement.

“Joint training and military courses have often been the major component of initiatives aimed at fostering better ties with countries in the nation’s immediate neighborhood,” added the statement. Read More…



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