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Indian Troops Triumph Over Chinese Counterparts in UN Peacekeeping Tug of War Contest in Sudan

Indian troops deployed in Sudan as part of a UN Peacekeeping mission emerged victorious in a remarkable tug of war contest against their Chinese counterparts, Army officials confirmed.

The event, captured in a viral video, showcases the exemplary camaraderie and competitive spirit among the troops. In a display of physical prowess and teamwork, Indian troops demonstrated their strength and determination, securing a notable triumph over the Chinese contingent. It was a friendly yet spirited competition.

The viral video, authenticated by Indian Army officials, has garnered widespread attention.

The United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) was established by the UN Security Council under Resolution 1590 on March 24, 2005, following the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between the Sudanese government and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement on January 9, 2005. UNMIS’s tasks include supporting the implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, providing humanitarian assistance, protecting and promoting human rights, and supporting the African Union Mission in Sudan.

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