3Novices:Japanese troops leave UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan as China remains committed

Japan’s Ground Self-Defence Force troops will start leaving South Sudan on Monday as part of the process to end their five-year participation in the ongoing UN peacekeeping mission there.
The first group of troops to head home consists of about 70 personnel of the 350-member GSDF unit that has stayed in South Sudan from around December last year. All members of the unit are expected to return by the end of May.
The Japanese government announced the pullout of the troops from the UN…
April 17, 2017 at 11:43AM
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