X Shift to Iraq is to Perform 2-month Duties

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Mongolian troops take parts in “Iraqi freedom” peace-keeping activity since 2002 till today. About 1000 Mongolian troops contributed to reconstruction and recovery of the hot spot of Iraqi. The condition is not amiable and unfavorable, there are conflicts and attacks almost everyday near the Eco base in Ed Divania. However, Mongolian troops performed successfully. At this time when many countries draw back their troops from Iraq, Mongolian national Security Council and the Government of Mongolia made a decision to send X shift of troops to Iraq. Mongolian troops used to perform duties there for 6 months but this time they’ll perform guard duties for two months in peace-keeping activities.
Also sending of VI shift troops to Sierra Leone, Africa was supported. Mongolian troops in Africa guard UN Special Court and this activity is to end in 2009. The current shift period is to end on June 25 and next shift troops are leaving for preparation soon.

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6 Responses to X Shift to Iraq is to Perform 2-month Duties

  1. Sumya says:

    Eco bish Camp Echo gedeg yum.
    Ed Divania bish Ad Diwaniyah gedeg yum.
    Shift bish rotation gedeg yum. Busad n duurch.

  2. HRA says:

    Би бичээгүй л дээ. Гэхдээ чи өөрөө тэгээд хий л дээ. Чиний хийснийг би шүүмжилье.

  3. Sumya says:

    Shuumjileliig huleej avna. Manai soninii site http://ubpost.mongolnews.mn

    Cheers,
    Sumya

  4. HRA says:

    Coal Reserve Discovered in East
    Written by Ch.Sumiyabazar
    Thursday, June 05, 2008.
    A large coal reserve was recently discovered by a mining company, according to reports by local major daily newspapers last week.
    Tefis Mining announced that its exploration project in Tugalgatai, located in the Moron soum of Khentii aimag, is estimated to have around three billion metric tons of coal.
    The largest coal reserve found so far is Tavan Tolgoi, a high-grade coking coal mine that has 6.2 billion metric tons of reserve.
    Mining is Mongolia’s biggest industry and makes up the largest portion of its exports.

    discovered bish explored
    local major daily bish local daily newspapers
    Tefis bish Tethys
    Grammar, use of English bol hereg alga.
    Busad ni ch duurch

    Ene bol chinii uuriiguu ilerhiilsen arga. Be cooperative send comments to contact us. This space is for the comment on topic but not for demeaning someone or for blowing someone’s own horn.

  5. HRA says:

    BTW http://www.literature.mn eer zochilj baigaarai

  6. sandrar says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.

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