China’s peacekeeping troops to Darfur in Sudan hold national commemorative ceremony

 It is worth the sixth national public sacrifice day for the victims of the Nanjing Massacre. I went to Sudan ’s Darfur peacekeeping troops to hold a commemorative ceremony on the 13th to commemorate the victims. Further accumulate confidence and determination to maintain world peace.

  China’s peacekeeping force in Darfur, Sudan, consists of the 15th batch of peacekeeping engineering units and the 3rd batch of peacekeeping helicopter units. On the ceremonial day, the two peacekeeping units mourned the victims with a solemn commemorative ceremony, while expressing their determination to fulfill their peacekeeping mission and maintain world peace.

  The sacrifice ceremony educated peacekeepers and soldiers. Wei Hongxiang, leader of the Political Work Team of the Engineering Division, said: “Today is the sixth national sacrifice day. We are holding a grand commemorative ceremony on the front line of peacekeeping missions. The purpose is to remember the dead compatriots, resolutely fulfill the heavy responsibility of maintaining world peace, and strive to be a world peace messenger.”

  Hao Zhaojian, the leader of the political work team of the peacekeeping helicopter unit, said, “Being on the front line of peacekeeping missions, we have realized the value of peace. We are confident and capable of fulfilling the sacred mission entrusted to us by the motherland and the people. We will use practical actions to contribute to maintaining world peace. China’s image of a responsible and peaceful country. “

  It is understood that since arriving in the mission area, the engineering and helicopter units have completed various construction support and flight support tasks, and have been hailed as indispensable forces for the United Nations and the African Union Joint Mission in Darfur.

Updated: December 15, 2019 — 8:54 am

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