Ivorians and Malians agree on a common document

Ivorians and Malians agree on a common document

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The Ivorian ministerial delegation’s trip to Bamako on Thursday December 22nd has just ended. She had arrived this morning for discussions aimed at the release of 46 soldiers from Côte d’Ivoire detained five months ago in the Malian capital. Here’s what to remember from this trip.

With our regional correspondent, Serge Daniel

In the presence of the Togolese mediator, the two parties – Malian and Ivorian – agreed to sign a document. We don’t have the details yet. But we have an indication, we remember that a few months ago, Côte d’Ivoire categorically rejected a document presented to it in the context of the case of the 46 soldiers.

Also read: The Case of the 46 Ivorian Soldiers: Togo’s Foreign Minister in Bamako

If you fall this time, it is because the concerns have been taken into account by both sides. ” The work atmosphere was fraternal Comments a member of the Ivorian delegation. ” We have made progress on the file says an official financial source.

The Ivorian delegation was received by the head of the transitional period, Colonel Assimi Guetta. An important gesture: the same delegation was allowed upon its arrival to meet 46 soldiers from Côte d’Ivoire who had been held for five months in Bamako.

From a source close to the meeting, they’re doing a good job, and they were very happy with the meeting. It is clear that the future of the 46 soldiers will take shape in the coming days. Their strong desire is to spend the year-end celebrations at home with their families.

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