Thursday , May 6 2021

DRC: In the picture, the last tribute to the six Malawi peacekeepers was killed in Beni

MONUSCO was sent home on Saturday, November 17, 2018, the bodies of six Malawi peacekeepers were killed in this week's fighting against ADF (Allied Democratic Forces) rebels in Beni (North Kivu). A ceremony to honor the victims organized at the mission headquarters. That was in the presence of the commander of Sokola 1 Operations, General Marcel Mbangu and MONUSCO intervention brigade commander, General Patrick Dube.

Six numbered records were arranged for the bodies of six peacekeepers who were killed during the joint FARDC and UN Forces against the ADF operation in Beni. The honorary unit of peacekeeping also revolves around greeting poor memories.
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The six bodies rested on catafalques, images of blue caque adorn the coffin wrapped in the UN flag.
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Under the hood, generals Marcel Mbangu, commander of the Sokola 1 operation, and Patrick Dube, commander of the Monusco intervention brigade, with other military officers.
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Very much affected, the Malawian peacekeepers paid their last respects to their fallen comrades.

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A blue helmet in South Africa, members of the intervention brigade laid a wreath to honor the memories of their deceased colleagues.
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<figcaption>Malawi peacekeepers transported the bodies of one of them to the truck before leaving for Mavivi airport to be returned to their home countries (Malawi).</figcaption></figure>
<p>  While the United Nations announced the deaths of seven peacekeepers (six Malawi and Tanzania), six bodies were honored this Saturday before their return to Malawi. </p>
<p dir="Seven peacekeepers were killed in a joint operation with the FARDC, including six Malawians and a Tanzanian, while ten peacekeepers were also wounded in the operation and treated at a local site but were evacuated."Thursday to NEWS.CD, Florence Marchal, spokesman for the UN mission in the DRC.

Photo report by Yassin Kombi from Beni

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