China to Send Its First Infantry Troops to U.N. Mission in South Sudan

The move is widely seen as a sign of greater Chinese commitment to United Nations peacekeeping efforts and of Beijing’s wishes to step up protection of its commercial interests in the country.

The move is widely seen as a sign of greater Chinese commitment to United Nations peacekeeping efforts and of Beijing’s wishes to step up protection of its commercial interests in the country.

Source:: China to Send Its First Infantry Troops to U.N. Mission in South Sudan

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