Vietnam is among four countries in Southeast Asia selected to be the training sites for the UN peacekeeping forces, with the first training course to be held in Vietnam at the end of this year.
VOV.VN - Ambassador of New Zealand to Vietnam Wendy Matthews has checked the English training course provided by New Zealand for staff of Vietnam’s level-2 field hospital No.1 at Military Hospital 175 in Hanoi.
The US government handed over to Vietnam a training facility and equipment serving the training of peacekeeping forces at a ceremony on August 28.
Vietnam and the UK hold massive defence cooperation potential which should be tapped in the near future, Vice Chief of the UK’s Defence Staff Stuart William Peach said during his courtesy call on Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Pham Binh Minh on November 4.
As many as 100 military doctors and officers of the Vietnam People’s Army (VPA) who are expected to join United Nations peacekeeping forces will be equipped with basic English skills during a course that opened in Hanoi on August 26.