Chinese peacekeepers and their foreign peers pose for a group photo. (Photo/mod.gov.cn)
CONGO (K), Feb. 3 (ChinaMil) -- After two-month continuous hard work, the eight soldiers assigned to the Uvira Contingent of the 22nd Chinese Peacekeeping Engineer Detachment to Congo (K) completed the mission of restoring a main bridge together with peacekeepers from the Indonesian Peacekeeping Engineer Detachment and the Pakistani Peacekeeping Infantry on Jan. 30, 2019, local time. The newly repaired bridge Maika has passed the examination of the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO).
The picture shows a comparison between the bridge before and after the repair by Chinese peacekeepers and their peers. (Photo/mod.gov.cn)
The painstaking efforts and cooperation of the peacekeepers from the Chinese, Indonesian and Pakistani peacekeeping troops were decisive to the success of the mission. During the two months when they lived, worked and fought together, the Chinese peacekeepers have demonstrated respectable behavior, excellent techniques and sincere dedication which have deeply impressed the friendly forces and local people and received high praise.
Chinese peacekeepers and their foreign peers move the steel beam together. (Photo/mod.gov.cn)