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EAC AND RECSA PRINCIPALS HOLD HIGH-LEVEL DISCUSSIONS ON SUB-REGIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY
EAC AND RECSA PRINCIPALS HOLD HIGH-LEVEL DISCUSSIONS ON SUB-REGIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY
By admin In News Posts, Uncategorized Posted November 23, 2018 0 Comments

ARUSHA: The Secretary General of the East African Community (EAC) Amb. Liberat Mfumukeko on Friday 23rd November 2018 hosted the RECSA Executive Secretary Lt. Gen. Badreldin Elamin Abdelgadir for bilateral discussions.

Recognizing peace and security as a prerequisite for regional integration and sustainable development, the meeting focused on how to build synergies and exploit institutional complementarities towards more results in addressing security challenges in the region.

RECSA and EAC have long history of cooperation and share a lot of commonalities including memberships and institutional aspirations.

Notably, alll EAC State Parties: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan and Tanzania are also Member States of RECSA.


1/4 Today RECSA in partnership with MSAG & BICC opened a regional training for LEAs & the military on Physical Security & Stockpile Mgt (PSSM).The course will run from 11-15 Oct & selected best participants will continue with 1 week ToT program to produce future PSSM instructors.

RECSA Executive Secretary's Statement during the #UNSC Meeting addressing the threat posed by the illicit flow of #SALW in the context of Peace Operations.
https://recsasec.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/FINAL-RECSA-ES-UNSC-STATEMENT-A4.pdf

1/2 RECSA ES stated that before deployment of Peace Keepers the UN should be able to know the source of illicit weapons hence the missions should include undertaking interventions aimed at cutting off the source of the illicit Fire Arms.

RECSA ES: Through its Regional approach,RECSA has achieved significant results in Small Arms management and control interventions #UNSC

Happening Now:#UNSC Meeting addressing threat posed by the illicit flow of #SALW in the context of Peace Operations.The RECSA Executive Secretary is giving a briefing on RECSA's mandate

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