The classes aim to raise troops’ command of the Khmer and Ede languages so that they can effectively disseminate the Party’s guidelines and State’s law and policies to ethnic minorities in the province and fulfill their mission of helping Cambodia in socio-economic development.

Troops of the Dak Lak provincial Military Command conducting information dissemination activity in Yang Tao commune

Accordingly, the Khmer language class takes place at the barracks of Team K51, while the class for the Ede language leaders is held at Regiment 584. During the courses, 139 officers, non-commissioned officers, and troops of the provincial Military Command will learn Khmer and Ede phonics, vocabulary, grammar, and other required skills.

Participants will also learn about the culture and customs of the Ede and Cambodian people living in localities of Dak Lak to strengthen their relationship with the local people.

Reportedly, the Ede language course for troops was jointly launched by the provincial Military Command and Department of Education and Training three years ago. In the coming time, organizers will hold exams and grant course completion certificates to students.

Translated by Chung Anh