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Serbian Army officers leave for Lebanon

21. December 2010. | 07:26

Source: Tanjug

A first group of Serbian Army officers left Monday for Lebanon to take part in a UN peacekeeping mission within the Spanish contingent.

A first group of Serbian Army officers left Monday for Lebanon to take part in a UN peacekeeping mission within the Spanish contingent.

Three lieutenant-generals and two majors will be engaged in controling ceasefire, peacemaking, normalization of life and assistance to humanitarian operations in the next six months in Lebanon.

Team leader Lt. Gen. Zoran Nikolic said the officers are fully trained and equipped for their task.

Serbian blue helmets are taking part in the UN peace mission in Cyprus as part of the Slovakian-Hungarian contingent, and military medical teams are taking part in the UN peace missions in Congo, Liberia and Ivory Coast.

Military medical teams were also engaged in the UN peace mission in Chad.


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