Chief of Defence Staff visits Rwandan Peacekeepers in Bangui

By IGIHE
On 15 October 2019 at 10:55

The Chief of Defence Staff of Rwanda Defence Force, Gen Patrick Nyamvumba yesterday visited Rwandan Peacekeepers deployed in Central African Republic – Bangui.

He met the peacekeepers at Socatel M’Poko Camp.

The Peacekeepers were composed of Rwandan Military, Police and Correctional Service serving under MINUSCA (United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Central African Republic).

In his remarks, Gen Nyamvumba commended the job being done by Peacekeepers and the partnership existing between the Military, Police and Correctional personnel of Rwanda.

“The population of CAR that you are serving, as well as the leadership of Peacekeeping Mission in New York all say that you are doing a commendable job. This has made you good ambassadors of Rwanda,” he said.

“What is required from you is to continue what you started and maintain and sustain the achievements attained. This requires you to uphold your discipline and maintain professionalism,” Gen Nyamvumba added.

Rwanda maintains the highest number of Peacekeepers serving in MINUSCA.

Gen Patrick Nyamvumba met the peacekeepers at Socatel M’Poko Camp
Rwanda maintains the highest number of Peacekeepers serving in MINUSCA
Gen Nyamvumba commended the job being done by Peacekeepers and the partnership existing between the Military, Police and Correctional personnel of Rwanda.

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