Malaysian Peacekeeping Training Centre

Port Dickson, Malaysia

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  • Malaysian Peacekeeping Training Centre

    Established: 2006 Port Dickson

    The Malaysian Peacekeeping Training Centre was established subsequent to a resolution during the Ministers Board of Conference Serial 4/95 which was convened on 9 June 1995. It was formed to train and provide Armed Forces officers, ...

    Branch: Malaysian Armed Forces

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