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Troops to join military exercise in Mongolia

Troops to join military exercise in Mongolia

A contingent of 32 Cambodian troops will participate in multinational military exercises in Mongolia at the end of this month, a military official said yesterday. Suong Khunny, deputy director general of the National Centre for Peacekeeping Force, Mine and the Clearance of Explosive War Remnants, said that humanitarian exercises would be conducted with troops from United States and Mongolia. It was the third time, he added, that RCAF troops had attended military training in Mongolia. Defence Ministry under secretary of state Chum Sambath said yesterday that troops would exchange knowledge and skills to expand Cambodia’s capacity to defend its sovereignty.

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