BUKAVU, Congo (Kinshasa), Dec. 23 (ChinaMil) -- The 21st Chinese peacekeeping engineer detachment to the Democratic Republic of Congo has recently received the first combat-readiness inspection on equipment from the United Nations Organization Stabilization Mission in the Congo (K) (MONUSCO) since the detachment began to perform its peacekeeping missions in the Congo (K) in September 2017. The results showed that all the inspected items complied with the United Nations standards.
During the inspection, via the “electronic data-collecting and recording system for equipment inspection”, Members of the UN inspection team took photos and scanned the QR code of equipment with their tablet PC, and then sent the real-time photos and relevant data of the equipment to the UN Headquarters in New York.
The target of the inspection was the main equipment and self-maintained equipment of the detachment, which covered more than 2,000 pieces/sets of equipment in 17 categories, including vehicles, machinery, mine-sweeping equipment, weapons and ammunition, catering equipment, combat-readiness materials and medical equipment. The detachment passed the inspection with a serviceability rate of 100%.