UN Peacekeeping Exercise ‘Khaan Quest’ Marks 10 Year Anniversary
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Khaan Quest has become one of the signature training events for the participating nations, said Mongolian Armed Forces Lt. Gen. Ts. Byambajav, chief of general staff for the Mongolian Armed Force. At this moment we have more than 150,000 international peacekeeping troops performing their duties overseas this is a result of the Khaan Quest exercises. This years exercises were especially significant as it marked the 10th year anniversary of the event, started in 2003 by the United States and Mongolia. This year, 14 nations, and over 1,000 officers, joined the exercises (including the host): Mongolia, the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, India, Indonesia, Nepal, South Korea, Tajikistan, the United Kingdom and Viet Nam.
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