Terrorism: UEMOA (West African Economic and Monetary Union) plans troop mobilization
In the face of the underfunding of the Sahel G5, a multinational counter-terrorism force in the region, and the absence of adequate counter-attacks to eradicate groups linked to al-Qaeda and those of the Islamic State, it is of utmost importance to find parallel solutions to counter terrorism has. Starting from the claims of the Burkinabé President Roch Marc Christian Kabore to the claims of Nigerian President Mahamadou Issoufou, it emerged that the efforts to fight terrorism in West Africa are so far still insufficient. Antonio Guteres, Secretary-General of the United Nations, speaking on the issue at the last UN summit in New York, said the problem of insecurity in the region must be a matter of serious concern for all the world class, since recently; the zone has contrary to forecast, experienced an increase in jihadist violence.
12 November 2019