China’s 11th batch of peacekeeping troops to South Sudan (Wau)

Shijiazhuang on November 13, the first echelon of China’s 11th batch of peacekeeping troops to South Sudan left Shijiazhuang Zhengding International Airport on the evening of November 12 to carry out a one-year peacekeeping mission. < / P > < p > the 11th batch of peacekeeping forces to South Sudan consists of 331 engineers and medical teams. Among them, 268 peacekeeping engineers are mainly responsible for the construction of roads, bridges, airports, bunkers and simple barracks in the mission area, as well as the maintenance of water and power supply facilities. When necessary, they can also provide engineering support for other peacekeeping forces or local people in the mission area. The peacekeeping medical unit has 63 personnel, mainly responsible for the treatment, evacuation and epidemic prevention of the sick and wounded. < / P > < p > it is understood that the engineering unit is drawn from a synthetic brigade of the 81st army in the central theater of war, and the medical unit is mainly composed of 983 Hospital Affiliated to Zhengzhou joint logistics support center. Novel coronavirus pneumonia was trained in accordance with the actual mission and the characteristics of the task area. The new prevention and control of the new crown pneumonia were fully and carefully prepared.