Officially the Chinese government has only been fulfilling the arms contracts that it has with the nations involved in the conflict in Africa. It sells arms extensively to both the Sudan and to the ROP. Recently though there have been reports of PLA troops on the ground. The government in Beijing has not denied the presence of such forces, and has even confirmed that some small "security detachments" have been deployed to sensitive installations inside of the ROP. These security detachments are tasked with protecting Chinese owned mines and refineries, and to safeguard Chinese nationals within the borders of the ROP. It's an usual situation on the ground in the Republic of Poliebo, while the Chinese are permitted to deploy troops to guard its interests most nations have had their property seized and nationalized by Congolese soldiers.
|A Chinese soldier accompanies a ROPMC patrol near a|
Chinese owned mine in the east of the ROP.
|Chinese troops are on the cutting edge of technology.|
This guy is the test mini for my Chinese troops, I thought it would be neat to offset the high-tech Belgians with another representation of a world power's armed forces. I don't intend to have any direct conflict between the Belgians and the Chinese but I do think that the Chinese will start taking a more active role in the fighting against the Angolans. Thanks for reading and stay thirsty.