UNSC In Mali To Assess Impact Of Terrorism, Crime On The Region
A United Nations Security Council delegation is in Mali to assess the nature of the threat posed by terrorism and transnational organized crime in the Sahel region. The visiting mission, co-led by Ethiopia, France and Italy, aims to deliver a message to the parties in Mali on the need to accelerate the implementation of the 2015 Peace and Reconciliation Agreement. The team will also be evaluating the status of the operationalization of the joint force of the G5 Sahel, or FC-G5S established in February 2016. The 5000-strong force is meant to combat terrorism and transactional organized crime while also helping to restore government's authority and facilitate humanitarian relief.
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