Côte d’Ivoire: Traditional African Leaders In Mediation In The Central African Republic

African leaders have begun a mediation to resolve the crisis of the Central African Republic (CAR), a country already bloodless, which tries to reconnect with peace, learned APA, Friday, good source in the Ivorian economic capital.

A delegation of African leaders led by His Majesty Jean Gervais Tchiffi Zié, Permanent Secretary General of the Forum of Kings, Sultans and Traditional Leaders of the African continent, was in Bangui, the Central African capital this week.

In an interview with APA on Friday, Jean Gervais Tchiffi Zié explains that the objective of this first mission was to “make contact” with the various actors of the crisis with a view to setting up a “palaver tree” Which will soon be set up in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, where President Obiang Nguema is being solicited for this mediation.


“The actors of the Central African crisis have decided to entrust themselves to traditional diplomacy and we believe in the chances of success of this mediation,” hopes Tchiffi Zié, pointing out that out of 14 actors met, 10 are in the spirit of the process Disarmament, demobilization And reintegration (DDR).

“By mid-December we will begin the direct phase of negotiations,” he said, regretting the sporadic violence that hit the country this week.



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