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South Korea Army participating in UN peacekeeping exercise in Mongolia

The South Korean Army’s Special Warfare Command is currently engaged in a multinational UN peacekeeping exercise in Mongolia, aiming to strengthen its collective operational skills and capabilities. The participation of the Special Warfare Command demonstrates South Korea’s commitment to international peacekeeping efforts.

The exercise involves coordination and collaboration with military forces from other nations, fostering valuable partnerships and intercultural exchange. By engaging in this exercise, the South Korean Army’s Special Warfare Command seeks to enhance its readiness and effectiveness in multinational peacekeeping missions. The exercise provides an opportunity for the command to refine their tactical skills and share best practices with participating nations.

South Korea’s involvement in such exercises demonstrates its dedication to promoting global peace and stability. The armed service is actively contributing to the United Nations’ peacekeeping endeavors and further developing its military capabilities.