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Major General of the National Guard of Mississippi congratulates Uzbekistan military personnel on the upcoming 30th anniversary of the Armed Forces

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Major General of the National Guard of Mississippi congratulates Uzbekistan military personnel on the upcoming 30th anniversary of the Armed Forces

Major General of the National Guard, Adjutant General of Mississippi Janson D. Boyles congratulated the military personnel of Uzbekistan on the 30th anniversary of the Armed Forces and Defenders of Motherland Day.

Major General noted that the 30th anniversary of the Armed Forces of the country coincides with the 10th anniversary of the partnership between Uzbekistan and the state of Mississippi.

According to the Adjutant General, the partnership between the Mississippi National Guard and the Armed Forces of Uzbekistan will continue to develop, providing more training opportunities and improving the skills of the soldiers of the two countries.

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