300 soldiers from The Philippines to join Golan peacekeeping force

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September 14, 2009 10:54

 
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A 300-member peacekeeping force from The Philippines will replace a Polish contingent in the Golan Heights, according to a Reuters report Monday, which cited Philippine Secretary of National Defense Gilberto Teodoro. Twelve officers will head to the region at the end of September to prepare the deployment, Teodoro told reporters.

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