BEIJING, Dec. 7 — Recently, China‘s 9th Peacekeeping Infantry Battalion in South Sudan (Juba) held an oath-taking rally at a training base in Queshan, China‘s Henan Province. (center). The battalion will travel to the mission area for a one-year, two-batch peacekeeping mission on December 7 and December 21 respectively via Civil Aviation charter flights.
It is learned that the 9th Chinese Peacekeeping Infantry Battalion in South Sudan (Juba) is composed of members mainly selected from the Iron Army Brigade of the PLA’s 82nd Army Group, including infantry weapons, reconnaissance, artillery, engineers, etc. in the mission area, they will focus on peacekeeping tasks such as cordon and patrol, armed escort, separation of conflicting parties, rescue and evacuation.The Colonel Yang Fan, commander of China‘s 9th Peacekeeping Infantry Battalion in South Sudan (Juba), said that with three months’ prior training, they are confident in their ability to complete all missions and tasks. , to faithfully maintain world peace and demonstrate the good behavior of the Chinese armed forces.