December 17, 2013
Some European countries will send troops to support a French-African mission to restore order in the Central African Republic, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said.
France has deployed 1,600 troops to its former colony to prevent worsening violence between Christian militias and the largely Muslim Seleka rebels who ousted ex-President Francois Bozize.
“We will soon have troops on the ground from our European colleagues,” Fabius told parliament, on Tuesday, in response to a question on a lack of European support in Central African Republic.
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