Chinese peace keeping officers and soldiers are fully engaged in Beirut’s post disaster reconstruction assistance work

On September 30, Beirut, after three days of camping and preparation for preliminary survey, the 19th batch of officers and soldiers of the multi-functional peacekeeping engineering unit to Lebanon entered the explosion site of Beirut port and the urban street area in groups on September 30 to formally launch the post disaster reconstruction assistance work. Xiong Chaochun, deputy commander of China’s 19th batch of troops to Lebanon, said that at present, Chinese officers and soldiers are mainly responsible for the post disaster reconstruction assistance tasks in Beirut port area and urban streets. They are divided into two groups, to two task point synchronous operation. < p > < p > on September 30, Chinese peacekeepers cleaned up the available materials from the ruins of a warehouse at the explosion site in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon. According to Xiong Chaochun, the assistance task is very difficult and high-risk. In addition to the extremely difficult removal of the explosion ruins in Beirut port, there are also unknown hazardous chemicals on the port site. At the same time, the roof of some buildings in urban streets is seriously damaged, which makes it difficult to work at high altitude. In addition, the recent local new crown epidemic situation is extremely severe, officers and soldiers are also facing the risk of epidemic. At least 190 people were killed, more than 6500 were injured and about 300000 people were left homeless after a violent explosion in the port area of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, on August 4. < / P > < p > on September 30, Chinese peacekeepers used machinery to dispose of abandoned vehicles at the explosion site in Beirut port area, the capital of Lebanon. On September 30, Chinese peacekeepers cleaned up the available materials from the ruins of a warehouse at the explosion site in Beirut, the capital of Lebanon. Hair