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China's peacekeeping efforts hailed at UN headquarters exhibition
February 18,2019   By:Xinhua
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Feb. 18, 2019 -- China's permanent representative to the United Nations (UN) Ma Zhaoxu, United Nations (UN) Under-Secretary-General for Field Support Atul Khare and Mao Naiguo (R to L, front), head of the Chinese PLA delegation for international communication, visit an exhibition on China's peacekeeping input at the UN headquarters in New York, Feb. 11, 2019. With the theme "CPLA (Chinese People's Liberation Army): A Force for World Peace," the exhibition displays four sections of pictures, featuring Chinese military's participation in UN peacekeeping missions, securing maritime passages, disaster relief and humanitarian assistance, as well as exchanges and cooperation. (Xinhua/Li Muzi)
 
UNITED NATIONS, Feb. 18, 2019 -- China's peacekeeping efforts have been hailed by UN officials and military personnel at a UN headquarters exhibition depicting Chinese soldiers' service and devotion.
 
With the theme "CPLA (Chinese People's Liberation Army): A Force for World Peace," the exhibition displays four sections of pictures, featuring Chinese military's participation in UN peacekeeping missions, securing maritime passages, disaster relief and humanitarian assistance, as well as exchanges and cooperation.
 
"An impressive exhibition of a country that is a major force in support of UN peacekeeping and, indeed, multilateralism," UN Under-Secretary-General for Operational Support Atul Khare wrote on the guest book.
 
Since 1990, the CPLA has participated in 24 peacekeeping operations, dispatching more than 39,000 peacekeeping military personnel, data from the exhibition show.
 
It has also listed all the 13 Chinese peacekeepers that died in the front line of operations. The latest death occurred in July 2016 in South Sudan.
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