UNMISS official inspects Chinese peacekeeping engineers in South Sudan

Source: China Military OnlineEditor: Yao Jianing
2016-04-15 17:20


Accompanied by Li Qingfeng (L), leader of the Chinese peacekeeping engineer detachment, Deputy Force Commander of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) Yang Chaoying (R) inspects the Chinese peacekeeping engineer detachment in South Sudan on April 13, 2016.

WAU, South Sudan, April 15 (ChinaMil) -- Chinese Major General Yang Chaoying, Deputy Force Commander of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), inspected the Chinese peacekeeping engineer detachment in South Sudan (Wau) on April 13, 2016.

Maj. Gen. Yang and his entourage arrived at the camp area in the Wau base of the UNMISS Sector West at about 5 p.m. He said that among the five engineer companies of the UNMISS, the Chinese engineer company tops the other four in the length of roads repaired, the range of engineering support it provides and the quality of tasks it has completed.

Yang encouraged the Chinese peacekeeping engineers to make more and bigger contributions to development of South Sudan and the course of world peace.

The Chinese peacekeeping engineer detachment in South Sudan have successively fulfilled more than 200 tasks, called out more than 3000 vehicles/times and repaired more than 600 kilometers of roads since they arrived at the mission area in Wau in September last year.

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