Servicemen from three countries are being trained at the International Mine Action Center of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
Foreign servicemen from three countries study at the International Mine Action Center of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, stationed in the Moscow region.
Military personnel from Burkina Faso are trained in humanitarian mine clearance programs, countering improvised explosive devices and preparing crews of the mine search service.
The center also trains officers from the Arab Republic of Egypt and the Islamic Republic of Iran under the program Commander of a humanitarian unit.
The center has created educational and material facilities for training foreign servicemen in the field of humanitarian demining, taking into account the experience of performing tasks in Syria and training Syrian servicemen. The training of foreign specialists is carried out by teachers who have combat experience and practical mine clearance experience.
All practical classes are held in specially equipped classrooms and on the grounds of the training complex.
At the end of the training, a final exam is held with the acceptance of credits and the issuance of a state diploma of the established sample.
In total, more than 200 foreign servicemen from near and far abroad were trained at the International Mine Action Center under retraining programs.