Cambodian Military Engineers Will Land In Lebanon To Carry Out UN Security Missions

Under the command of the United Nations, 92 Cambodian military service members in the engineering field are on their way to Lebanon to conduct security assignments to help the Lebanese people.

The engineering military officials have already departed on January 31st from Phnom Penh International Airport, according to Kosal Malinda, the spokeswoman for the National Centre for Peacekeeping Forces, Mines and Explosive Remnants of War Clearance (NPMEC).

“Upon arrival in Lebanon, they will be given engineering missions similar to the sort of work they have tackled in past deployments, such as repairing the Lebanese-Israeli blue barriers and clearing mines and unexploded ordnance along the border between the two countries,” Kosal Malinda told Cambodia’s local newspaper The Post.

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