Pakistani levies force cadets display their skills during a graduation ceremony in southwest Pakistan's Quetta, Sept. 19, 2015. 150 cadet officers from Balochistan levies force were recruited into the Pakistani paramilitary. (Xinhua/Irfan)
Pakistani levies force cadets display their skills during a graduation ceremony in southwest Pakistan's Quetta, Sept. 19, 2015. 150 cadet officers from Balochistan levies force were recruited into the Pakistani paramilitary. (Xinhua/Irfan)

The Ugandan military said in a statement on Monday that a senior Turkish military delegation was in the country to conclude the agreements.

According to the statement, the two countries will cooperate in areas of defense industry, military training and education, exchange of military intelligence and logistic systems.

It will also see the two countries further cooperate in operations other than war such as peacekeeping, humanitarian aid and counter-piracy operations.

The Turkish government in recent years has expanded its cooperation in Africa and entered into agreements with several countries.

The Ugandan military is part of the African Union Mission in Somalia where it provides the bulk of the peacekeeping troops. Enditem

Source: Xinhua

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