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Fourth Shift of Armenian Peacekeepers Sent to Iraq July 23

PanARMENIAN.Net - The general number of the Armenian peacekeepers, who took part in "Freedom to Iraq" operation, totaled 182, RA Defense Minister's Spokesman, Colonel Seyran Shahsuvaryan stated. Yesterday the fourth shift of Armenian peacekeepers was sent to Iraq. It includes 3 staff officers, 2 medical officers, 10 combat engineers and 31 drivers. The rotation is exercised once in six months. Col. Shahsuvaryan said the communication officers performed their mission during a year.

To note, the units of the Armenian Armed Forces have been taking part in Iraq's postwar reconstruction since January 25, 2005, reported Novosti Armenia.
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