Certificates of completion of the UN POC International Course were handed over to peacekeepers.

Peacekeeping Training Center of the Ministry of Defense of Kazakhstan conducted  the internationally certified "United Nations Protection of Civilians Course" (UNPOCC).
Certificates of completion of training were awarded to twenty officers from Bangladesh, Brazil, Kazakhstan, Mauritania, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and Finland.
Within two weeks, instructors of Peacekeeping Training Center introduced the students with the fundamental principles, values and competencies of the United Nations for the protection of civilians during peacekeeping operations. Special attention was given to the conflict related sexual violence and child protection, the code of conduct and human safety and security.
The course of lectures was also conducted by representatives of the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, the International Committee of the Red Cross for Work with the Armed Forces, the Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure of the SCO and the CSTO.
Colonel Zein Suidat, course participant from Mauritania, showed his gratitude and appreciated the head of the center and its instructors for the well-run organization of the training. He noted the professionalism of the instructors of the Peacekeeping Training Center, stressing that the knowledge he gained would be useful in performing tasks during peacekeeping operations and in a daily working activities.