United Nations Peacekeepers Killed During Operation in Northern Mali
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The UN Multi-dimensional Integrated Steadiness Mission (MIMUSM) proclaimed in Mali that two Sunday nights' peacekeepers were murdered during an operation in northern Mali.
According to the minusma press release, on Saturday the UN task convoy in the northern Gao area near Tarkint was targeted by unidentified Army troops. Two peace keepers' deaths.
The press release reported on the strong condemnation of those cowardly acts aimed at halting the minusma operations in the country by Mahamat Saleh Annadif, UN Secretary-General’s unusual illustrative to Mali and head of Minusma.
"We will have to combine all efforts to identify and apprehend those responsible for these terrorist acts, so that they can answer for their crimes in front of justice," Annadif said.
Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres emphasized on Thursday that Mali must maintain its international commitment as the country continues to pursue political stability, confronting numerous challenges, including terrorism and the Covid 19 pandemic.
"Making Mali politically prosperous and more safe needs concerted and lasting engagement and continuing funding for Minusma. We owe this to the Malian people and the Sahel region, who deserve a better future."
In 2013, the Minusma was implemented in support of Mali's political processes. The radical group gained power of northern Mali after a botched coup in 2012. A 2015 UN-sponsored peace deal amid the administration and numerous equipped clutches botched to alleviate the state in the central and northern parts of the nation and assaults in current years have increased.
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