December 24, the second batch of 350 officers and soldiers of the sixth batch of Chinese peacekeeping infantry battalion in South Sudan (Juba) arrived at Zhengding International Airport in Shijiazhuang from the peacekeeping mission area.
So far, the sixth batch of Chinese peacekeeping infantry battalions in South Sudan (Juba) have successfully completed its mission, all of which have triumphantly.
The rotation task of the sixth batch of Chinese peacekeeping infantry battalions in South Sudan (Juba) is different from previous years.
Combined with the situation of COVID-19 prevention and control, it is divided into two batches to ensure that the rotation is safe, orderly and smooth.
The sixth batch of Chinese peacekeeping infantry battalions to South Sudan (Juba) was drawn from a synthetic brigade of the 81st Army in the central theater.
Since the deployment of the mission area in November last year, in a one-year peacekeeping operation, the peacekeeping infantry battalion has completed more than 20 tasks entrusted by the United Nations in seven categories, including the protection of civilians, UNMIS headquarters observation and vigilance, and humanitarian relief.