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China's first overseas military supply hub gets a push


11-29-2016 04:29 BJT

A senior military official has met with officers working at China's first overseas supply facility in Djibouti. Fan Changlong, Vice Chairman of China's Central Military Commission, has visited a Chinese command ship being resupplied in the African country. The facility resupplies Chinese naval ships taking part in UN peacekeeping and humanitarian missions in the Gulf of Aden and waters off Somalia.

During the visit, Fan emphasized that soldiers, officers and experts must ensure the quality and progress of overseas support construction, make greater efforts in UN peacekeeping missions and secure personal safety. The senior military official also held talks with the president and prime minister of Djibouti. They discussed ways to strengthen relations in a variety of areas, including military matters.

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