CAR President Touadera said the country is facing external interference that hinders security

March 5 – BLiTZ. According to the head of the Central African Republic, Faustin-Archange Touadéra, voiced during the opening of the Fifth UN Conference in Qatar on the issue of the least developed countries, the state is facing external interference, due to which it cannot ensure its own security. The agency writes “RIAN”.

We are talking about the embargo imposed by the West on the sale of weapons to the government of the Central African Republic, which the president calls illegal and unfair.

UN Secretary General called on developed countries to fulfill their obligations to support poor countries March 5, 2023 at 14:25

Touadéra has accused international partners of preventing the republic from moving forward as aid from the EU and the World Bank has been suspended.

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