G5 Sahel: President Roch MC Kaboré discusses the N’Djamena summit with Emmanuel Macron
Published Feb. 16, 2021, 1:25 p.m. by Tegawende Ouedrago
The President of Faso, Roch Marc Christian Kaboré had with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, on February 10, 2021, a working lunch during which the discussions focused on the situation of the fight against terrorism which is raging in the Sahel region. .
This working lunch between the two heads of state provided an opportunity to take stock of the fight against terrorism raging in the Sahel region.
Listening to Foreign Minister Alpha Barry, who witnessed this meeting, "the two heads of state needed to meet to prepare for the G5 Sahel summit in N’Djamena which will take place in a few days. As you know, it's been a year since we had the Pau Summit. A summit which had led to an agreement supported by a roadmap. A monitoring committee regularly takes stock of the situation. And for the commitments that have been made on both sides, there has been progress, but it is a question of seeing the achievements that we have achieved in one year, "he summarized.
The much publicized Pau summit resurfaced during these discussions and it will be time for the G5 Sahel countries to revisit its conclusions at the next N’Djamena summit in Chad.
“Pau was divided into four pillars: the fight against terrorism, the reinforcement of the capacities of the armies, the return of the State and development. If we have gains in terms of the fight against terrorism, the State and the services must be able to relocate to areas where calm is returning, and it is also necessary that if the State is resettled, that development can follow. to support the populations ”, continued Minister Alpha Barry before acknowledging that N'Djaména should be even more“ decisive ”.
The time has come, according to the Burkinabè diplomat, for the harmonization of points of view on a number of subjects before President Idriss Déby’s meeting in the country.
On the situation of the terrorist in Burkina Faso, Alpha Barry acknowledged that Burkina Faso is experiencing a certain lull but that the situation remains worrying.
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