New York, 12 June 2019 – The three senior UN Officials [i] condemn the unspeakable attack of 9 June 2019 against the village of Sobanou-Kou in the Mopti region of central Mali in which dozens of civilians have been killed, the vast majority being women and children.
The Secretary-General is outraged by reports that at least 95 civilians, including women and children, have been killed and many injured following an attack yesterday on Sobanou-Kou village, Mopti region, in central Mali.
The members of the Security Council were briefed on 16 May 2019 by the Assistant Secretary-General for Africa, Bintou Keita, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Burkina Faso, Alpha Barry, the High Representative of the African Union (AU) for Mali and the Sahel, Pierre Buyoya, the
The members of the Security Council condemned in the strongest terms the attack perpetrated on 20 April 2019 against a convoy of MINUSMA between Douentza and Boni (region of Mopti), which resulted in one peacekeeper from Egypt killed and four others injured.
It’s 6 a.m. at the Bangladeshi military compound in the city of Gao, in the North of Mali. The complex, composed of several tents, is as busy as a bee hive, for in the desert areas the days start much earlier than in the rest of the world.