UN Secretary-General praises Mongolian Soldiers

Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN) met with Mongolian troops
Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN) met with Mongolian troops who are taking part in peacekeeping operations in Sierra Leone. The meeting was held in scope with a working visit of a delegation headed by the UN Secretary-General paid on June 14 to the Special court in that country.

The delegation was welcomed by the Guards of Honor of the 9th contingent of Mongolian military group. After the ceremony the Secretary-General met with authorities of the Special Court and the United Nations Integrated Peace building Office in Sierra Leone (UNIPSEL). Then Mr. Ban Ki-Moon met with Mongolian troops. He pointed out that Mongolian soldiers are tolerant, highly disciplined and able to adapt to any circumstances and said he is satisfied with the successful service of the peacekeepers. In 2006, former UN Secretary- General Kofi Annan met with Mongolian peacekeepers of the first contingent in Sierra Leone. At this time, 2,000 peacekeepers have participated in the UN peacekeeping operations in the country. This 9th contingent of Mongolia’s Armed Forces consists of 150 troops.
source: The Mongol Messenger


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