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Abe's U.S. visit jeopardizes regional peace, shadow
release date: 2015-05-06

BEIJING, May 5 (Xinhua) -- The disastrous earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25 has left more than 7,300 dead, 14,000 others injured, and hundreds of thousands homeless in the heavily-populated Kathmandu valley and nearby areas. The South Asian mountain country did suffer a lot.

As the sudden natural and humanitarian disaster struck, China, as one of Nepal's immediate neighbors, swiftly acted while it strove to launch rescue operations in its quake-impacted Tibet Autonomous Region, dispatching dozens of rescue squads and medical teams to Nepal to extend a helping hand to the country which is short of disaster relief resources and means.


One day after the earthquake hit, a Chinese team consisting of over 60 rescuers, medical workers and earthquake experts landed in Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, which was the first heavy-equipped international rescue team recognized by the United Nations.

Upon their arrival, the Chinese rescue workers immediately rushed to the worst-hit areas and six hours later they rescued a survivor and 34 hours later they e set up makeshift operation rooms and tent wards. So far, it has received more than 700 patients.

Arriving in the quake-hit area on April 30, a 18-member medical team sent by the Red Cross Society of China drove to the rural areas everyday. So far, it has treated more than 700 injured people.

Also, a 172-member team from the of China has arrived in Nepal, carrying 40 tons of relief goods, including 95 electricity generators and more than 300 tents.

Meanwhile, Chinese medical teams stationed in Nepal also joined in the rescue operations in the increasingly warm weather as the risk of epidemic spread rises.

Chinese medical workers are sparing no efforts to train local medical workers for epidemic prevention and control.

At the request of the Nepalese government, a group of medical workers from southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region entered Nepal via Zham Port around 11 a.m. on Monday to help prevent disease outbreaks in border areas.

A 500-member road-repairing brigade of the Chinese People's Armed Police, along with 180 engineering machines entered Nepal on Sunday to help restore the 114 km road link from Zham Port to Kathmandu.


Besides the official Chinese rescue teams, a dozen of rescue teams organized by Chinese civil groups also can be seen in Nepal. As part of Chinese rescue forces, they kept close coordinations with local residents and citizens of Chinese origin and have played a role that can not be neglected.

China's Blue Sky Rescue (BSR) Team swiftly selected scores of elite ones from its 30,000 members around China after the quake in Nepal and rushed to the earthquake-struck areas.

In Machha Pokhar rescue team worked together with their counterparts from India and other countries to discover and retrieve bodies of the quake victims. The team from China played a key role as teams of other countries lacked precision detecting devices.

After the earthquake jolted Nepal, many residents and citizens of Chinese origin who lived and worked in Nepal also joined in the rescue operations.

In the Tamil area of Kathmandu, Chinese restaurants, like "Jia Lin Ge", volunteered to offer drinks and meals to Chinese rescue and medical teams. Two young volunteers from Guangzhou, China, managed to send 132 bags of rice to the area.


China's comprehensive assistance to the quake-hit Nepal has drawn worldwide applause, including that from UN officials and Nepalese officials and citizens.

The Chinese medical team that has been providing assistance in quake-stricken Nepal is highly efficient in conducting operations, Valerie Amo, UN under-secretary-general for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief coordinator, said on Saturday.

"It was very reassuring to see the very high quality of work they've done. They have conducted a great deal of operations," Amo told Xinhua.

He said, on the Labor Day, that he sincerely appreciates the hard efforts of the Chinese medical soldiers in rescuing Nepal's victims.

Nasnet also expressed his gratitude to the hardworking Chinese soldiers who are offering medical supports to the quake victims in Nepal.

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