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Senior Iraqi Army Officers Training In Poland

A Polish soldier on the streets of Al-Karbala (file photo) (epa) December 11, 2006 -- Twenty-three senior Iraqi army officers are taking classes at a NATO training facility in Poland.

The center's director, Danish Major General Agner Rokos, said this is the first such course for Iraqi officers at the Joint Force Training Center.

Rokos said the aim of the 12-day program is to familiarize the Iraqi officers with NATO procedures, with a particular focus on the organizing of multinational military exercises.


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