The heads of state in West Africa met in Abidjan announced on Thursday, April 26, 2012, sending a regional force in Mali and 500 to 600 troops in Guinea-Bissau to “secure” the transition in these countries destabilized by serious political and military crises. The West African leaders to give 72 hours coup in Guinea-Bissau to restore constitutional order. They also decided to “deploy a contingent with immediate effect” in this country, plunged into fresh turmoil since the coup of April 12. From five hundred to six hundred men will be deployed.
FRIDAY, 27 APRIL 2012 00:48