July 1, 2022

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After Guinea, Mauritania has a large cabinet

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A large Malian delegation is based in Nouakchott, Mauritania. It consists specifically of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Regional Administration, Transport, Economy and Trade. Mali, which imposed ECOWAS sanctions and diplomatic sanctions ten days ago, is looking for alternatives outside the economic community of West African countries.

Mauritania, which borders Mali, is not part of the ECOWAS. In Nouakchott, Mali’s delegation is welcomed by Mauritanian President Mohamed Old Kasouwani. Mali is especially looking for a way out Avoid the barrier The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has been attacking the country since the embargo was lifted and smuggling part of its cargo through Mauritania.

Guinea’s open borders

Prior to Navajo, this Monday, the Malian delegation first traveled to Guinea, Conakry, where it was accepted by the Guinean authorities. As a reminder, Guinea, which was suspended from ECOWAS following the coup last September, has stated that its borders are still open to all fraternal countries. In a press release read on national television, Conakry explained that it had nothing to do with the sanctions imposed against Mali.

At the end of his speech, Mali’s Foreign Minister Abdoulay Dioub announced that he had taken a message. Of Colonel Azimi Coyote, Head of Change, to Colonel Mamati Dombuya. Abdulla Diop and them ” Re-emphasized unity towards Mali .

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