S.Korea to send officers to Mongolian military drill

S.Korea to send officers to Mongolian military drill

South Korea has decided to send seven staff-level officers to a U.S.-supported peacekeeping military exercise in Mongolia, the Joint Chiefs of Staff said on Saturday.
The Khaan Quest 2010 exercise is a U.S. Pacific Command assisted endeavor designed to train military personnel from numerous countries to assist the U.N.’s global peacekeeping operations.
Seoul said in January that it would seek a bigger role in the U.N.-mandated peacekeeping missions.

The Khaan Quest kicked off on Saturday and will run through Aug. 22, officials said.
The seven Korean officers are expected to take part in staff-level exercises and medical support drills related to peacekeeping operations.
The first joint exercise took place in the landlocked Asian country in 2003, with South Korea participating in 2006 as an observer.

Source:Yonhap news agency of South Korea



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