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China Daily / 2021-01 / 14 / Page007

Chinese peacekeeper helps protect a nation's health

By YANG ZEKUN | CHINA DAILY | Updated: 2021-01-14 00:00

Officer in South Sudan involved in setting up COVID-19 prevention system

The threat of the coronavirus pandemic, exotic diseases and armed conflict have not deterred Liao Jie, a Chinese police officer, from working as a peacekeeper in Juba, the capital of South Sudan, over the past year.

Liao, 35, is a logistics management officer for the UN mission in the Juba area, and her main job is allocating office supplies and protective gear issued by the UN, as well as vehicle management.

An officer at the Chongqing Municipal Public Security Bureau, she applied for a job with the United Nations Police in March 2019. Liao arrived in South Sudan in December of that year after passing a series of tests including firearms, English-language proficiency and driving skills.

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