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Chief of General Staff of the Central African Forces visits Rwanda to discuss Defence cooperation

By IGIHE
On 9 May 2021 at 07:51

The Chief of General of Staff of the Central African Republic Armed Forces (FACA), Maj Gen Zephlin Mamadou has come to Rwanda along with a military team of experts from CAR for one week working visit.

The purpose of the visit is to discuss the implementation of the Defence Cooperation Agreement signed between CAR and Rwanda in October 2019.

On Saturday 8th May 2021, the FACA delegation held discussions with the RDF Chief of Defence Staff, Gen Jean Bosco Kazura at RDF Headquarters that culminated into signing of an Implementation Protocol in areas of Operations and Training.

“I have come to Rwanda with a team of Military experts to discuss the implementation of the Defence Cooperation Agreement that was earlier signed between our two countries. The signing of this protocol follows successful engagements of close cooperation between our two respective Defence Forces” Maj Gen Zephlin Mamadou said.

Currently Rwanda maintains 2 Battalions and a Level Two Hospital under UN peacekeeping mission in Central African Republic. Rwanda has also deployed an additional Battalion in the framework of bilateral agreement that supports the consolidation of peace and security in Central African Republic.


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