About 1,200 troops from 23 countries are participating in a peacekeeping drill in Mongolia's Five Hills military field, southwest of the capital.
The exercises, dubbed Khaan Quest-2014 and aimed at training the multinational forces' interoperability, started Friday and will continue through July 1.
This year's drill has four main parts: Command-Staff Exercise, Field Exercise of Platoons, Hospital-Humanitarian Operation, and Engineering Cooperation.
Khaan Quest, which was launched in 2003 by Mongolia and the United States, expanded into a multinational peacekeeping drill in 2006. Endi
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