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Almost 650 thousand CAR citizens supported the initiative to withdraw the UN contingent from the republic

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Almost 650 thousand CAR citizens supported the initiative to withdraw the UN contingent from the republic

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Alexander Vasiliev

La Synergie launched a petition to end the mandate of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Mission (MINUSCA) in the Central African Republic. Koi spoke about the goals of the public organization Euloge Doctrove at a press conference, FAN reports.

“On the one hand, we want to inform the press about crimes against humanity committed by UN peacekeepers. On the other hand, to report on a civil action against the presence of MINUSCA in the CAR. Tell in detail about the various atrocities committed by them with impunity, their ineffectiveness and the notorious complicity with the executioners of the people of the Central African Republic, ”Koi said.

La Synergie coordinator accused UN peacekeepers of destabilizing the situation and drew attention to the fact that the perpetrators of numerous crimes have always avoided justice. According to him, UN peacekeepers have committed crimes against humanity many times. The UN mission has no arguments in favor of extending the mandate, Koi said.

The presence of UN peacekeepers threatens the security of the population, the activist said. The allies will help to deal with the CAR militants, the coordinator of La Synergie emphasized.

“It is also important to note that the strengthened national army, together with the allied forces from Russia and Rwanda, is capable of independently resisting the militants,” the activist said.

He believes that the atrocities of the peacekeepers should be given maximum publicity. This will help the CAR to get rid of dangerous “guests”, stressed the head of La Synergie.

Euloge Doktrove Koi said that 640,317 people have already signed the petition. This indicates the desire of the citizens of the CARs to stop the useless activities of peacekeepers in the country, the activist concluded.

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