Sr. Lt. Gen. Phung Si Tan chairs the inspection.

It was confirmed during the September 11 visit of Deputy Chief of the General Staff of the Vietnam People’s Army Senior Lieutenant General Phung Si Tan to host units to check the preparatory work.

Once called the field training, this competency evaluation program aims to boost partnership and cooperation, improve coordination capability and peacekeeping skills in performing tactical-level peacekeeping duties among the peacekeeping forces of ADMM+ member states.

Relevant agencies and units report on the preparations for the event at the inspection.

Gen. Tan asked Vietnamese agencies and units to well prepare for the opening ceremony on September 13, make lecture halls, training grounds, equipment and other materials ready for upcoming activities. He requested them to promote sense of responsibility to ensure the success of the program which is hosted by Vietnam for the first time, contributing to raising the country’s role, prestige, position and contribution to multilateral cooperation mechanisms in U.N. peacekeeping operations in the region, and strengthening coordination among ADMM+ members.

Decoration for the opening ceremony completed

Taking place from September 13 to 21 at National Military Training Center No.4 and Engineering Battalion 31 of Brigade 28 under the Air Defense - Air Force Service, the program will see the participation of peacekeeping experts from ADMM+ members.

Co-hosted by Vietnam and Japan, the program has close-to-reality training contents involving military observers, engineers, and medical personnel. In this tactical-level training, these three forces will perform their professional competence, deal with contingencies, and coordinate to implement peacekeeping duties.

Forces ready for the opening ceremony

The exercise comprises three stages, namely theoretical training, practical training, and integrated exercise. The last stage will be observed by the high-ranking delegation from Vietnam and representatives from ADMM+ countries.

Translated by Mai Huong