In Hungary, servicemen of the Armed Forces of Kazakhstan participate in the UN international course

Officers of Peace Operations Center of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Kazakhstan take part in the international course of "Military Observers" held at the peacekeeping training center in the city of Solnok.

Major Aybar Actureev has been invited to the training as an instructor. With the experience of completing a mission as a military observer, he has been conducting classes with students for several years.

In this course, an experienced officer introduces students to UN peacekeeping activities, conducts training on mandated tasks with their practical development.

According to the Kazakh instructor, the course participants study the basic principles of military observers, rules of conduct in the conflict zone, methods of collecting and analyzing information, as well as the basics of international humanitarian law.

– The three-week intensive training program includes theoretical classes with practical tasks, – explains Major Actureev. – The goal is to develop monitoring and reporting skills within the framework of UN peacekeeping operations.

25 students from 18 countries participate in the training: Hungary, Morocco, Maldives, Ivory Coast, USA, Macedonia, Mexico, Azerbaijan, Tanzania, Italy, Kazakhstan, Canada, Egypt, Ecuador, Serbia, Slovenia, Pakistan, China. During group classes, military personnel actively share their experiences.

– Participation in the course is a great opportunity to gain the necessary knowledge and initial experience of working in a multinational environment, – shares his impressions KAZCENT officer Major of the medical service Ilyas Abishev, invited to the course as a listener. – Here, every soldier has the opportunity to take part in simulated peacekeeping operations under the guidance of experienced instructors, as well as analyze their actions and make decisions in non-standard situations.

Upon completion of the course, each participant will receive a certificate confirming their qualifications in the field of UN military observers.