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Germany resumes peacekeeping mission in Mali

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The German army resumed its peacekeeping mission in Mali after a four-week hiatus.

BERLIN, 7 September – RIA Novosti. According to the news of the German newspaper, the German army continues its duties as part of the UN peacekeeping mission (MINUSMA) in Mali after a four-week hiatus. time With reference to the data of the Bundeswehr.

“According to the Bundeswehr’s operational command, reconnaissance operations have been conducted outside the city of Gao since Tuesday.

It was stated that German Defense Minister Christina Lambrecht suspended the deployment of German troops in Mali in mid-August, after the Malian government repeatedly denied the right to fly and prevented the rotation of UN mission troops. A few days later, however, an agreement was reached between the United Nations and the Government of Mali.

For the Bundeswehr, the MINUSMA mission is currently considered the largest mission abroad, but also the most dangerous, according to the newspaper. In total, about 1,100 Bundeswehr soldiers participate in the UN mission.

Mali hosts the United Nations Integrated Stabilization Mission (MINUSMA) in Mali, established by the Security Council resolution of 25 April 2013. It is responsible for protecting civilians, respecting human rights and creating conditions for the delivery of humanitarian aid.

Source: Ria

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