She stressed that it is necessary to do everything possible to prevent similar situations in the future, writes FAN.
“We note that the Central African authorities immediately announced their readiness to conduct, together with the leadership of the UN mission (MINUSCA), an investigation of all the circumstances of the incident, and we hope that it will allow us to establish the causes of the incident and take comprehensive measures to prevent such incidents in the future,” Zakharova said.
A bus of the Egyptian contingent of the UN Multidisciplinary Mission (MINUSCA) broke into the territory of the CAR leader’s residence on November 1 and tried to make video, violating local laws. The security personnel of the complex demanded the driver to stop, but he headed towards the exit and hit a 15-year-old girl at full speed. She died on the spot from her injuries.