UN awards Rwanda troops for outstanding tour of duty

United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in the Central Africa Republic (MINUSCA) gave medals to Rwanda peacekeepers (Rwabatt2) for their devotion on duty in Bangui.

United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in the Central Africa Republic (MINUSCA) gave medals to Rwanda peacekeepers (Rwabatt2) for their devotion on duty in Bangui.

UN Peacekeeping Medal recognition of their commitment, professionalism and discipline on duty while serving in the Mission in the Central African Republic (CAR).

The medal parade ceremony to RDF battalion (Rwabatt2), MINUSCA Military Observers and Staff Officers was held in Bangui SOCATEL MPOKO Military Camp and presided over by Deputy UN Secretary General Special Representative in CAR Ambassador Diane Corner.

The Chief Personnel (Chief U1) Lt Col Mensah, while reading MINUSCA Citation, lauded Rwanda Defence Forces Peacekeepers who thwarted the attempted attack on CAR Presidential Palace on 28 September 2015.

At the time, the demonstrators tried to capture Catherine Samba Panza Palace when she was on Official mission abroad.

The Peacekeepers contained the demonstration professionally and foiled the attack on Presidential Palace.

“You firmly stand and protected State Power Organs and the Presidential Palace, now all the Government Institutions are on good move, thank you for this courageous act,” he said.

The colourful medal parade ceremony was graced by Minister in CAR Presidency Office Charles Kenguembat, MINUSCA Force Commander Maj Gen Balla Keita, Joint Task Force Commander Brig Gen Francis Kasempa, local population and other invited guests.

 

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