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Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Defense plans developing a new program for training of peacekeepers to expand its peacekeeping worky.
Captain Temirlan Mussapirov of Kazbrig, the first Kazakh to arrive to Cote d'Ivoire as a military observer returned home.
Kazakhstan’s peacekeeping battalions will conduct the Steppe Eagle 2015 exercise near Almaty together with US armed forces.
Kazakhstani peacekeeprs talked about their daily routine in Western Sahara.
Kazakhstani peacekeeping battalion is taking part in the Steppe Eagle 2014 exercise in Germany.
Kazakhstani Airmobile forces have departed for anti-terrorist military drills Peace Mission 2014 in China.
Back in March 2014 Kazakhstan’s Defense Ministry announced it was ready to send 20 Kazakhstan’s military observers to join UN peacekeeping missions.
Kazakhstan has provided humanitarian aid to Sri Lanka to help the country’s detonating economy.
According to Kazakhstan ex-Permanent Representative in the UN Senator Byrganym Aitimova, Kazakhstan will not send any peacekeepers to Syria.
US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has discussed strategic partnership in defense and countering terrorism with Kazakhstan's Minister of Defense Adilbek Dzhaksybekov.
The active phase of the tactical peacemaking training called Steppe Eagle-2013 was held at the Ili Site in Almaty oblast.
Fiji has announced it will send a further 380 troops to join a UN peacekeeping force in the Golan Heights, lifting the Pacific nation's contribution to 562.
They do not include missions that may cause mixed reaction of our major partners or the society: Kazakhstan Defense Ministry
Kazakhstan’s Defense Ministry is working to prepare a peacekeeping unit and developing a legal framework to enable Kazakhstan’s citizens to participate in UN missions.
Training of peacekeeping forces of the CSTO is scheduled to be held at the territory of Kazakhstan in 2012.
Kazakhstan will send its peacekeeping forces to ISAF in Afghanistan for six months provided that they are approved and certified by NATO.