4th Chinese peacekeeping infantry battalion to S. Sudan (Juba) ready to set out

第4批赴南苏丹(朱巴)维和步兵营举行出征誓师大会

Source
China Military Online
Editor
Li Jiayao
Time
2017-11-08

ZHENGZHOU, Nov. 7 (ChinaMil) -- The 700 troops of the 4th Chinese peacekeeping infantry battalion to South Sudan (Juba) all arrived Monday in Zhengzhou, capital city of central China’s Henan province, and they will leave in four batches for South Sudan to take over peacekeepers of the 3rd Chinese peacekeeping infantry battalion to perform peacekeeping missions there.

11月6日上午,我第4批赴南苏丹(朱巴)维和步兵营成立暨出征誓师大会在郑州举行。据了解,中国第4批赴南苏丹(朱巴)维和步兵营将分4个批次前往任务区,接替第3批维和步兵营执行维和任务。

The 700 peacekeepers, mainly coming from the 83rd Combined Corps of the PLA Army, consist of infantrymen, artillerymen, scouts and engineers. They will be deployed to their mission area in Juba, capital of South Sudan to perform such missions as protecting local civilians, United Nations personnel and humanitarian assistance staff, as well as defense area patrol and guarding, armed escort and so on.

第4批赴南苏丹(朱巴)维和步兵营以第83集团军某合成旅为主抽组建立,由700名官兵组成,是一支包含侦察、通信等多专业、多兵种的维和部队。根据出征命令,维和步兵营将部署在南苏丹朱巴地区,执行保护平民、联合国人员、人道主义救援工作人员,以及巡逻警戒、防卫护卫等任务。

The first batch of peacekeepers of the battalion is scheduled to depart from Zhengzhou on November 14 and fly to their mission area in Juba.

首批队员将于本月14日从河南新郑国际机场飞赴任务区。

 

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