- Russian Instructors Trained Over 2,000 Troops, Law Enforcement Officers in CAR - Moscow
Russian Instructors Trained Over 2,000 Troops, Law Enforcement Officers In CAR - Moscow
Sumaira FH 1 year ago Fri 01st March 2019 | 05:55 PM
Russian instructors working in the Central African Republic (CAR) have trained more than 2,000 troops and law enforcement officers in the African country, Russian Foreign Ministry said on Friday, adding that they have already started performing urgent security tasks
"So far, Russian specialists have trained over 2,000 troops and law enforcement officers in the CAR, who have already started performing urgent tasks involving the protection of civilians, maintaining security and establishing the government's authority across the entire state," the ministry said in a statement published on its official Facebook page.
On February 6, the CAR government and armed groups signed a peace accord after nearly two weeks of negotiations in Khartoum. The peace talks were held under the auspices of the African Union, within the framework of the African Initiative for Peace and Reconciliation in the CAR.