Two Pakistani peacekeepers injured in DR Congo attack
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Two Pakistani peacekeeping soldiers serving under UN mandate injured in an attack in Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Chinese peacekeeping medical team treated the Pakistani peacekeeping soldiers who recently sustained injuries in Mikingi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Chinese media reported.
“The two Pakistani soldiers were injured by illegal armed gunmen in an attack on Pakistani peacekeeping camp in Mikingi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and were soon transported to the secondary hospital of Chinese peacekeeping force,” China Military the only official English-language news website of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) reported on Sunday.
Currently, the two soldiers have been discharged from hospital and are in stable condition.–APP