Sadc leaders agree to extend Mozambique mission

2022/01/12 22:29:00

Sadc leaders agree to extend Mozambique mission

Sadc leaders agree to extend Mozambique mission

Southern African Development Community (Sadc) bloc leaders have agreed to extend the deployment of troops in terrorist-ravaged Mozambique in an effort to bring about stability in the province of Cabo Delgado.

Amanda KhozaPresidency reporterPresident Cyril Ramaphosa and his regional counterparts at the extraordinary summit of the heads of state and government of Sadc in Malawi.Image:GCISSouthern African Development Community (Sadc) leaders have agreed to extend the deployment of troops in terrorist-ravaged Mozambique in an effort to bring about stability in the province of Cabo Delgado.

“Summit noted the good progress made since the deployment of the Sadc mission in Mozambique and extended its mandate with associated budgetary implications, and that it will continue to monitor the situation,” Sadc said in a statement on Wednesday.President Cyril Ramaphosa and his regional counterparts met at the extraordinary summit of the heads of state and government of Sadc in Malawi where they deliberated on Wednesday over the deployment of troops in Mozambique.

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