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Bangladesh Adapting Practical Techniques for Civilians’ Medical Service at UN Missions


OurtimeBD.com
28.05.2017

Reported by: Nashrat Arshiyana Chowhdury

Written by: Eshan Maitra

Bangladesh is one of the biggest Military support providing countries in UN Peace Keeper Missions. Bangladeshi personnel are upholding the country’s name through their skilled services. Since, authorities have taken keen interest in training & preparing each personnel for their services for the civilians before sending them off. Hence, these personnel gather more effective and practical knowledge of their duties, said Bangladesh Representative Masud Bin Momen.  At the open debate event on ‘Protection and Medical Service for the Civilians During Armed Conflicts’, at UN HQ on Friday. UN General Secretary António Guterres gave the opening speech. Then the debate began.

The Ambassador also mentioned that, military force alone only can assure temporary solution to such conflicts. Meaningful polit ical initiations are most important in sorting these out.


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