All the officers and soldiers of China’s peacekeeping helicopter detachment to Sudan’s Darfur won the medal

On October 1, Khartoum, 140 officers and soldiers of China’s third batch of peacekeeping helicopter detachment to Sudan’s Darfur were awarded the “Peace Medal of honor” by the United Nations and the African union joint mission in Darfur, Sudan on October 1. Each of the officers and soldiers was awarded a commendation order in recognition of their contribution to the cause of peace in Sudan’s Darfur region. < / P > < p > the awarding ceremony was held in the Chinese camp of the UN mission in Africa’s El Fasher super camp. Political members of the peacekeeping helicopter unit read out a congratulatory message from lieutenant general ngondi, commander of unada. The congratulatory message said that the United Nations and UNAMA highly appreciate and recognize the important role played by China’s peacekeeping helicopter detachment in maintaining peace in Darfur, “you are excellent ambassadors of China in Darfur!” Chu Zhiqin, commander-in-chief of the peacekeeping helicopter unit, said that winning the United Nations “Peace Medal of honor” is the most precious and meaningful gift received by all the officers and soldiers of the unit on the national day and the Mid Autumn Festival. It represents the commendation and affirmation of the United Nations and the African Mission to Chinese peacekeeping officers and soldiers. It is understood that since the deployment of China’s third batch of peacekeeping helicopter units to Sudan’s Darfur in August 2019, China has successfully completed more than 60 missions, including reconnaissance in unfamiliar areas, transport of special planes for key personnel, and emergency transfer of wounded personnel, with 172 safe flights, which is praised as “indispensable aviation force” by un-nada.