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MINUSCA head lauds the commitment of Moroccan peacekeepers in CAR

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The Special Representative for the Central African Republic (CAR) and Head of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA), Mankeur Ndiaye, hailed Friday in Rabat, Moroccan peacekeepers deployed in the Central African Republic.

Speaking in a press briefing after meeting Foreign Affairs Minister Nasser Bourita, he stressed that «Morocco has demonstrated African solidarity by sending Moroccan peacekeepers six years ago to CAR».

Mankeur Ndiaye hailed «the professionalism, commitment, selflessness and dedication» of the 750 Moroccan peacekeepers and 13 Moroccan staff officers in CAR, including four women.

The UN SG Special Representative and head of MINUSCA also praised Morocco's commitment to stabilize the country. In this sense, he addressed «the role of advocacy» that the kingdom assumes in international forums to «mobilize all partners» to support the CAR.

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