CHINA Border soldiers remain at posts during Spring Festival

CHINA

Border soldiers remain at posts during Spring Festival

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10:50, February 17, 2021

During the Spring Festival, soldiers of Aksu Army Division stationed at the southern foot of Tianshan Mountains in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region headed to China-Kyrgyzstan border’s No.3 Boundary Monument at an altitude of 4,269 meters for patrol, protecting the border of China and guarding peace in the west frontier. (Compiled by Liao Yuecen)

During the Spring Festival, soldiers of Aksu Army Division stationed at the southern foot of Tianshan Mountains in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region headed to China-Kyrgyzstan border’s No.3 Boundary Monument at an altitude of 4,269 meters for patrol, protecting the border of China and guarding peace in the west frontier.

During the Spring Festival, soldiers of Aksu Army Division stationed at the southern foot of Tianshan Mountains in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region headed to China-Kyrgyzstan border’s No.3 Boundary Monument at an altitude of 4,269 meters for patrol, protecting the border of China and guarding peace in the west frontier.

During the Spring Festival, soldiers of Aksu Army Division stationed at the southern foot of Tianshan Mountains in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region headed to China-Kyrgyzstan border’s No.3 Boundary Monument at an altitude of 4,269 meters for patrol, protecting the border of China and guarding peace in the west frontier.

During the Spring Festival, soldiers of Aksu Army Division stationed at the southern foot of Tianshan Mountains in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region headed to China-Kyrgyzstan border’s No.3 Boundary Monument at an altitude of 4,269 meters for patrol, protecting the border of China and guarding peace in the west frontier.

During the Spring Festival, soldiers of Aksu Army Division stationed at the southern foot of Tianshan Mountains in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region headed to China-Kyrgyzstan border’s No.3 Boundary Monument at an altitude of 4,269 meters for patrol, protecting the border of China and guarding peace in the west frontier.

During the Spring Festival, soldiers of Aksu Army Division stationed at the southern foot of Tianshan Mountains in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region headed to China-Kyrgyzstan border’s No.3 Boundary Monument at an altitude of 4,269 meters for patrol, protecting the border of China and guarding peace in the west frontier.

During the Spring Festival, soldiers of Aksu Army Division stationed at the southern foot of Tianshan Mountains in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region headed to China-Kyrgyzstan border’s No.3 Boundary Monument at an altitude of 4,269 meters for patrol, protecting the border of China and guarding peace in the west frontier.

During the Spring Festival, soldiers of Aksu Army Division stationed at the southern foot of Tianshan Mountains in Northwest China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region headed to China-Kyrgyzstan border’s No.3 Boundary Monument at an altitude of 4,269 meters for patrol, protecting the border of China and guarding peace in the west frontier.

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