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China rejects allegations its peacekeepers in South Sudan abandoned posts

China’s Ministry of Defense has rejected allegations by a US-based group, the Center For Civilians in Conflict, that its peacekeepers in South Sudan had abandoned their posts in July instead of protecting civilians after coming under attack. Spokesman for the ministry Yang Yujun responded that China’s peacekeeping forces carried out the instructions of the UN mission in a responsible manner. He said they did their utmost to guarantee the safety of civilians and other peacekeepers, and rejected CIVIC’s allegations that Chinese peacekeepers used tear gas on civilians.

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