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Armed Forces (Exchange Personnel)

Volume 32: debated on Wednesday 24 November 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he will list all the foreign armed forces to which members of Her Majesty's Armed Forces have been seconded, or in which they are serving by arrangement with his Department for the last three years for which the details are available.

The following table lists the countries in which members of Her Majesty's Armed Forces have served on loan or exchange during the period 1980–82:

ArgentinaFranceNorway
AustraliaGhanaOman
BahamasHong KongQatar
BahrainIndonesiaSaudi Arabia
BangladeshItalySingapore
BarbadosJordanSri Lanka
BelgiumKenyaSt. Vincent
BelizeKuwaitSudan
BermudaLesothoSwaziland
BruneiMalaysiaUganda
CanadaMauritiusUnited Arab Emirates
DenmarkNetherlandsUnited States
EcuadorNew ZealandWest Germany
FijiNigeriaZimbabwe

asked the Secretary of State for Defence if he will list the countries which have members of their armed forces undergoing training with Her Majesty's Armed Forces in the United Kingdom or where they are at present stationed overseas.

At present, the following countries have members of their armed forces undergoing training with our own Forces:

AustraliaBahamasBahrain
BangladeshBarbadosBelgium
BelizeBermudaBotswana
BrazilBruneiBurma
CanadaChileDenmark
EgyptEireFiji
FranceFederal Republic of GermanyGhana
GreeceGuyanaHong Kong
IndiaIndonesiaIran
IraqIsraelItaly
JamaicaJapanJordan
KenyaKuwaitLebanon
LibyaLiechtensteinMalawi
MalaysiaMauritiusNepal
NetherlandsNew ZealandNigeria
NorwayOmanPakistan
Papua New GuineaPhilippinesPortugal
QatarSaudi ArabiaSenegal
Sierra LeoneSingaporeRepublic of Korea
SpainSri LankaSudan
SwazilandSwitzerlandTanzania
ThailandTrinidad and TobagoTurkey
United Arab EmiratesUnited States of AmericaUganda
VenezuelaYemen Arab Republic
Zaire
ZambiaZimbabwe