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Security: President Ruto receives assessment report on MMAS deployment

  • June 3, 2024
  • 3 Min
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The Kenyan head of state announced on his X account that Kenya is committed to fully respecting the UN mandate, after having received last Friday, the evaluation report of the evaluation mission sent to Haiti on May 20, in preparation for the arrival of a first contingent of Kenyan officers.

“Given the leadership role that Kenya will assume in the United Nations Security Council-mandated Multinational Security Support Mission (MMAS) in Haiti, I have received a comprehensive assessment of the team that carried out a mission to check the deployment readiness of our officers. I am confident that the mandate of United Nations Security Council resolution 2699 (2023) will be carried out,” declared the president of this East African country.

During an interview with the BBC on May 24, he mentioned that the deployment should take place in three weeks.

“After the assessment agreed with the Haitian police and Haitian leaders, we anticipate a delay of approximately three weeks to be ready to deploy, once everything is in place,”

said President William Ruto, referring to the mission sent to Haiti to assess the situation on the ground, available capacities and existing infrastructure. President William Ruto did not provide details on the findings of this assessment mission.

Mackenson PHANOR

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