Chinese, German armed forces hold joint medical support drill

By Zhang Zhihao | China Daily | Updated: 2019-07-10 11:09
"Combined Aid 2019" takes place at the Bezirk Feldkirchen training base in Germany on July 5. [Photo/Xinhua]

The Chinese and German armed forces are holding a joint exercise on medical support that began on July 3 and will last until July 17 in Germany, in an effort to improve coordination in conducting international humanitarian medical missions.

The drill, dubbed "Combined Aid 2019", is the first-time a full unit of paramedical forces of the People's Liberation Army has visited Europe with real combat gear for a joint exercise, according to the health bureau under the logistic support department of China's Central Military Commission.

Most of the 91-strong Chinese delegation have had experience in major medical missions such as international peacekeeping, flood emergency rescue and earthquake relief, according to Xinhua News Agency.

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