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Fulfilling a Responsibility
The Chinese International Search and Rescue (CISAR) team, through its active participation in international rescue and relief missions, demonstrates China's strong commitment to the benefit of the entire world
Rising to the Challenge

CISAR was officially established on April 27, 2001. Over the past decade, CISAR's membership has expanded from 222 to 480. It has successfully completed 16 post-disaster search and rescue operations, including seven domestic deployments and nine overseas missions in Algeria, Iran, Indonesia, Pakistan, Haiti, New Zealand and Japan

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Rescue Rangers
Chinese rescuers rush to assist disaster-stricken countries
- An Active Force
The Chinese People's Liberation Army plays an important role in disaster relief at home and abroad
- Pakistani Official Hails China's Relief Assistance
Pakistan is grateful for Chinese assistance in coping with the worst floods in recent history
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