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Central African Republic declares a 15-day state of emergency

Central African Republic declares a 15-day state of emergency

According to a report by Central African media on the 21st, Albert Yaloki Mokpem, spokesman of the presidential palace of the Central African Republic, announced through the Central African National Radio that the Central African Republic will immediately enter the Tuwadra regime due to the attempted blockade of armed groups in Central African capital Bangui, which has recently won re-election as President.

A 15-day state of emergency, from midnight on January 21 to February 4.

Recently, armed groups in Central Africa have reportedly carried out sporadic armed attacks on towns far from the Central African capital Bangui and the country’s RN3 highway, which is an important supply line connecting the Central African capital Bangui with neighboring Cameroon.

In addition, following several recent attacks by these armed groups, the United Nations Special Envoy in the Central African Republic, Manker Ndiaye, also called on the United Nations Security Council on 21 January to significantly increase the number of peacekeepers in the Central African Republic.

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