The Sri Lanka Army has undergone training to face a chemical attack.
Troops belonging to different ranks have been trained in this regard, the Army said.
The Sri Lanka Army has been trained in the Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) course to respond as early as possible in the event of a chemical attack or any accident since CBRN incidents across the world are posing a threat to the human existence.
The Sri Lanka School of Military Engineering at Embilipitiya as a supportive follow-up of the 7th Army to Army Staff Talks (AAST) concluded its second Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Course recently, the Army said.
The final Exercise of the CBRN Course No-2 ‘Ex-Sahayogaya’ was conducted in the presence of a large gathering.