Centre for United Nations Peacekeeping-India, in collaboration with the Indian Army and the Ministry of External Affairs, recently concluded a comprehensive training program aimed at elevating the leadership skills, tactical thinking, and operational effectiveness of military officers from 16 friendly foreign countries.
Termed the “United Nations Pre-Deployment Course (Training of Trainers),” the event spanned from November 6 to November 24, bringing together a diverse group of participants under the umbrella of the UN framework.
The collaborative initiative underscored India’s dedication to fostering increased international cooperation in UN Peacekeeping Operations.
The course, designed as an empowering and collaborative training program, created a platform for cross-cultural exchange and professional growth.
It featured a series of dynamic workshops, scenario-based tactical simulations, and lectures delivered by distinguished experts in the field.
This initiative not only highlights India’s commitment to peacekeeping but also reinforces its role as a proactive contributor to global security efforts.
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