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The United Nations Security Council is set to visit China in November during the country's presidency of the Council, at the invitation of Chinese Ambassador to the UN Ma Zhaoxu.


“I have the honor to invite my colleagues in the council to pay a visit to China and to give my colleagues an opportunity to feel China, feel China's development, feel China's opening up and reform,” Ma said in a press briefing.
The Chinese ambassador said the visit by the Security Council members will focus on peacekeeping operations among other things.
“We'll have a chance to visit the stand-by peacekeeping forces near Beijing and so we'll have an opportunity to exchange with the peacekeeping soldiers, and officers and to discuss how to improve the work of peacekeeping operations,” Ma said