People for Peace: Captain Deepak Kumar on the importance of partnerships in multi-national peacekeeping

Capt. Deepak Kumar in the Wazzani area in south-eastern Lebanon during an operational visit to the area on 4 February 2021. (UN Photo/Pasqual Gorriz)

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