Mongolian peacekeepers in Afghanistan takes part in COVID-19 prevention trainingSociety
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. The 11th batch of Mongolian peacekeepers, serving jointly with the German Armed Forces in the NATO-led “Resolute Support” mission in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, organized a training in cooperation with the military trainers of Germany and Belgium on “Survival skills” and “COVID-19 prevention” at the site and mutually exchanged experiences.
The training on survival skills featured theoretical and practical trainings in sheltering, firefighting, water retrieval, rope knotting, topographic orientation, and tactical retrieval in the desert region. Moreover, a joint training on COVID-19 prevention was held for health and hygiene doctors of Germany, camp Marmal and other military doctors.
In addition, based on the guidelines developed by the World Health Organization, the Ministry of Health of Mongolia, and the General Staff of the Mongolian Armed Forces, all kinds of preventive measures have been taken and face masks and coverings have been sewn using their internal resources and being used in daily activities and operations.