105 SNA Troops Graduate From An EU-Led Infantry Course Comprised Of Combat Skills And Landmine Clearance

105 Somali National Army have concluded a nine-month Infantry course on combat skills in built-up areas and landmine clearance at the General Dhegabadan Training Centre in Mogadishu.

The training that commenced in January 2017 was conducted by trainers from the European Union Training Mission (EUTM) in Somalia. The training was as part of ongoing efforts to strengthen the capacity of Somali security forces to take over the security of their country.

The pass-out ceremony was attended by top military officials of the EU, AMISOM, and the SNA and is in line with the EU’s mission to prepare new troops to secure Somalia, trained, motivated, capable and an accountable army to ensure the country’s security responsibility.

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