In order to serve in an environment of interoperability through multi-mission, the School of International Missions and Integral Action (Esmai), and the Brazilian Joint Center for Peace Operations (CCOPAB) held the Second International Course of Staff for the United Nations. This course is looking for the commitment of the security of our nation.
It came with the aim of training staff officers of the National Army of Colombia to work as future members of Staff in peacekeeping missions under the framework of the United Nations. It will facilitate, in the future, the inclusion of our country in international arenas, as a leading actor, committed to peace, stability and prosperity, not only of Colombia but of the world's nations according to the peace commitment established by the UN.
To our Military Institution, this preparation given by a delegation of the Brazilian Army and France to our Colombian forces, with a total of 26 participants, is a clear opportunity to professionalize the members of the Armed Forces in peacekeeping missions. It consolidates the doctrine for peacekeeping operations, for the sake of continuous improvement of our academic exercise, particularly during peace operations, which have had seven courses and trained 189 students.
Este Segundo Encuentro, fue visitado por el Señor General Nicacio Martinez, jefe de Educación y Doctrina y por el Señor Brigadier General Libardo Alberto Sepúlveda Riaño, quienes destacaron que por medio de este ambiente académico, nos estamos preparando en todos los aspectos para estar alineados con la doctrina de las Naciones Unidas, cumpliendo así con la segunda tarea más importante que el Gobierno Nacional y el Ministerio de Defensa le ha asignado al Ejército Nacional de Colombia. Teniendo en cuenta el cubrimiento de esta información por diferentes medios de comunicación a nivel nacional.
The course was visited by General Nicacio Martinez, Head of Education and Doctrine, and by Brigadier General Libardo Alberto Sepulveda Riaño, who stressed the fact that through this academic environment, we are preparing in all aspects in order to be aligned with the doctrine of the United Nations. Finally, through a formal ceremony The Second International Meeting of Staff was finished, thanking Colonel Eustaquio Alves Da Costa Neto, from the Brazilian Army in Colombia, to all members of the Training Team, and the entire team of instructors responsible for planning and conducting the course.