Chinese peacekeeping force ships out to East Timor

10:59, May 13, 2011      

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China's peacekeeping troops head for East Timor (Xinhua Photo/ Yuan Man)

On May 11, the 16th Peacekeeping Force of China took off from Beijing International Airport to East Timor on rotation. This force, made up of 23 members from the Department of Public Safety of Fujian Province, has received training at the Chinese Peacekeeping Police Training Center, including situation identification, international law and peacekeeping behaviors, and has been approved by the United Nations.
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