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Training set to begin for UN peacekeepers

AT least 30 members of the Royal Cambodian Armed Forces are expected to begin a three-week training course in Kampong Speu province’s Oudong district today that will lead to their qualification as United Nations peacekeepers, according to a press release issued by the French embassy yesterday. “The training will help to support the Cambodian military green caps to receive additional information and learn the procedures for the operation of UN peacekeepers,” the statement says.

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