CCOPAB carries out allusive ceremony referring to the signature of the UN Charter (75 years)
Rio de Janeiro (RJ) - On the morning of 26 June, the Brazilian Peace Operations Joint Training Center (CCOPAB) carried out an allusive ceremony to celebrate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the signature of UN Charter.
The UN Charter was signed at a ceremony held at the Veteran’s War Memorial Building, at the conclusion of the UN conference in San Francisco, USA. The document was signed by 50 countries, including Brazil.
On 24 October of that same year, the UN Charter was ratified by China, USA, France, United Kingdom, the former USSR and by the majority of the present signatories, thus setting the creation of UN Charter.
In order to highly regard the historical meaning of the document, CCOPAB commander, COL Marcio Carneiro Barbosa, spoke to the members of CCOPAB, highlighting the importance of the Charter after World War II and the implications of this international treaty on the teaching/learning activities - training of military, police and civilian personnel carried out by CCOPAB towards PKOs.
Translation: MAJ ISRAEL.