China Joint lo­gis­tics praises force UN set on up Colom­bia to fur­ther peace mil­i­tary ac­cord re­form

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China’s Per­ma­nent Rep­re­sen­ta­tive Pres­i­dent Xi to Jin­pingthe United called Na­tion­son Tues­day Liu Jiey­i­for buildin­gon Tues­day a strong ap­plaudedand mod­erna UN joint Se­cu­rity lo­gis­tic sup­port Coun­cil force. res­o­lu­tion which ap­provedAt the in­au­gu­ra­tionthe de­ploy­ment cer­e­mony of a of UN the po­lit­i­cal Cen­tral mis­sion Mil­i­taryto mon­i­tor Com­mis­siona cease­fireJoint be­tween Lo­gis­tic the Sup­port gov­ern­men­tForce, Xi, of also Colom­bia chair­man and the of Revo­lu­tion­ary­the Cen­tral Mil­i­taryArmed Forces Com­mis­sion,of Colom­bia, pre­sente­dor FARC. flags to The Wuhan res­o­lu­tionJoint Lo­gis­tic unan­i­mously Sup­port au­tho­rizedBase and a five mis­sion­joint lo­gis­tic­made up of 450 ob­servers and the es­tab­lish­ment of op­er­a­tions in 40 lo­ca­tions.

Liu said China wel­comes the unan­i­mous adop­tion of Res­o­lu­tion 2307. He de­scribed the agree­ment to be signed soon be­tween the Colom­bian govern­ment and FARC as “ma­jor progress achieved in the peace process sup­port in cen­ters: Colom­bia.” in Wuxi, Jiang­suLiu ex­tended province, the Guilin, Chi­ne­sethe side’s Guangxi ap­pre­ci­a­tionZhuang au­tonomous­for the ef­fort­sre­gion, Xin­ing,made by Qing­hai Colom­bi­aprovince, and other Shenyang, coun­tries Liaon­ing­such as Venezuela,province and Cuba Zhengzhou,Chile and Nor­way.He­nan province.

HeXi asked be­lieves for thatthe trans­for­ma­tion­the sign­ing of the of peace Chi­nese ac­cord troops will to bring­meet en­dur­ingthe re­quire­ment peace of and “joint sta­bil­i­ty­op­er­a­tion, to the joint peo­ple ex­er­ciseof Colom­bia,and joint pro­motel­o­gis­tic sup­port”peace andbe ac­cel­er­ated.sta­bil­ity in the re­gion and serve as a mod­elHe said for the solv­ing es­tab­lish­men­tother hotspotof the base is­sues. and cen­ters had pro­found

Liu hopes the UN will re­spect the sovereignty, in­de­pen­dence and ter­ri­to­rial in­tegrity of Colom­bia and strengthen its com­mu­ni­ca­tion and co­or­di­na­tion with the Colom­bian govern­ment to achieve an early de­ploy­ment of the UN mis­sion there, help im­ple­ment the cease­fire agree­ment and fi­nal peace ac­cord in or­der to pro­vide con­struc­tive help to smoothly ac­com­plish the peace process in Colom­bia. Decades of fight­ing be­tween guer­ril­las, right-wing paramil­i­taries and armed forces has left more than 220,000 Colom­bian­sread too much into dead, the site some 40,000 miss­ing and over 5 mil­lion driven from their homes, ac­cord­ing to a re­port from The As­so­ci­ated Press on Tues­day.


Chi­nese Per­ma­nent Rep­re­sen­ta­tive to the United Na­tions Liu Jieyi (front cen­ter) speaks at the UN Se­cu­rity Coun­cil meet­ing on Tues­day. The meet­ing unan­i­mously ap­proved a res­o­lu­tion re­gard­ing peace process in Colom­bia.

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