BUKAVU, Congo (Kinshasa), Jan. 22 (ChinaMil) --The 19th Chinese peacekeeping medical detachment to Congo (Kinshasa) passed the second COE (Contingent Owned Equipment) examination by an inspection team of the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo(MONUSCO) on Jan. 19, 2016.
This time, MONUSCO sent 10 inspectors, the largest team ever. According to James, who was the team leader, apart from the COE examination, his team was expected to have an idea of good practice of the Chinese medical detachment in equipment maintenance and application, so as to promote such practice among peacekeeping contingents of other countries.
The COE of the Chinese peacekeeping medical detachment included medical equipment, vehicles, communication equipment and support equipment, which were all clean and orderly placed with detailed marks.
"The inspectors conducted strict examination and did not find any problems. The Chinese medical detachment is excellent. We'll promote your good practice in use and maintenance of equipment to other detachments,” said an inspector to the leader of the Chinese medical detachment at a briefing on this COE examination held on Jan. 19.
The 19th Chinese peacekeeping medical detachment to Congo (Kinshasa) has received twice COE examinations organized by MONUSCO since its arrival in the mission area in September 2015.