Germany Set to Withdraw Troops from Mali.

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Germany will withdraw its troops from the UN’s peacekeeping mission in Mali by May 2024.

According to a government spokesman, Steffen Hebestreit, the government will propose to parliament that Germany’s commitment to the MINUSMA operation be extended in May 2023 for the last time, in order to bring the mission to a structured end after 10 years.

Hebestreit noted that the decision had particularly taken into account Mali’s planned elections in February 2024.

Germany becomes the latest country to announce its pullout from the rebellion-hit country.

Written by: Helen Obih

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