The United Nations Mission in the Central African Republic and Chad (MINURCAT) was a United Nations peacekeeping mission established by the United Nations Security Council on 25 September 2007, which is continued till 31 December 2010 to provide safety for 200.000 refugees fled from Darfur, Sudan and support humanitarian activities.

According to the 253rd resolution of 2008 of the Mongolian government, 413rd order of 2008 of the Minister of Defense, 413rd order of 2009 of the Chief of the General Staff, First Military contingent, commanded by colonel L.Ontsgoibayar deployed from September 2009 to June 2010, Second contingent commanded by colonel L.Ganselem deployed from June 2010 to December 2010.

Military contingents have successfully carried out its mission independently providing the security and patrolling for the responsible area of the Sector North of United Nations MINURCAT mission for 24/7, providing security for the personnel of the humanitarian and international organizations, escorting the convoy, securing and guarding for Iriba, Bahai and Abeche bases. Furthermore, duty of “Quick Reaction Force” comprised 3 sectors in 2 countries area. Total of 528 military personnel deployed honorably accomplished their mission.