China’s 16th batch of peacekeeping engineering units to Sudan’s Darfur rescue friendly infantry at night

Khartoum learned from the 16th batch of Chinese peacekeeping engineers to Sudan’s Darfur on December 22 that a few days ago, Chinese peacekeeping engineers were highly praised by the peacekeeping forces for providing relief to the overturned Rwandese peacekeeping infantry battalion infantry infantry vehicle in the starry night. On the afternoon of November 28, after the soldiers of the Rwandese peacekeeping infantry battalion in Sudan finished their patrol mission, a infantry vehicle overturned 20 km north of glo camp when it returned to the camp. Due to the lack of professional engineering rescue equipment, the Rwandese peacekeeping infantry battalion asked the Chinese peacekeeping engineering unit to send professional rescue forces to provide help. < p > < p > after receiving the mission, the Chinese peacekeeping forces quickly launched the emergency plan and sent emergency rescue forces to the scene of the accident for rescue. After arriving at the scene, Chinese peacekeepers immediately launched rescue. After nearly three hours of hard work, the Rwandese infantry vehicle successfully adjusted its posture and returned to normal after maintenance. < / P > < p > “thank you for helping us when we need it most!” Looking at the stained Chinese peacekeepers, the commander of the Rwandese peacekeeping force expressed his sincere thanks. After completing the mission, Chinese peacekeepers returned to the barracks overnight. < / P > < p > “thank you, my Chinese brothers!” The next day, Lieutenant Jon of the Rwandese peacekeeping infantry battalion made a special trip to glo camp of the Chinese peacekeeping engineering unit to express his thanks to the commander of the Chinese peacekeeping engineering unit. < / P > < p > since the deployment of the 16th batch of Chinese peacekeeping engineering units to Sudan’s Darfur in early September, they have successively completed the tasks of cleaning up the camp environment, building livelihood facilities, and carrying out joint construction activities, which have won wide praise from the local people.