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Release A050823f

Rotation of Salvadorian contingent

Multi-National Force-Iraq

CAMP ECHO, Iraq -- A new rotation of a Salvadorian Contingent started its duty in Multinational Division Central South, Iraq. The Salvadorian Soldiers, stationed in Al Hillah, will assist with civil military cooperation, humanitarian assistance, and training and advising Iraqi Security Forces.

The last rotation of Salvadorian soldiers organized and conducted eighty-five projects to help the Iraqi people. Projects included infrastructure projects such as water supply and sewage systems, education, health care, public security and transportation. One of the biggest projects was building the water supply system in Al Hashymiyah. Due to Salvadorian activities thousands of Iraqi people received help. Salvadorian soldiers also assisted Iraqi Army units in everyday military training.

Commanding General of MNDCS Maj. Gen. Piotr Czerwinski thanked Salvadorian Soldiers which had finished their duty in Iraq for their tremendous activities and determination in the process to help Iraqi people.


For more information, please contact the Public Information Office of Multi-National Division Central-South, at Thuraya 00 873 762 197 788 or e-mail or visit their Web site at

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