Polish military police in CAR
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NFP 14 06 16 Polish gendarmes in Central African Republic.mp3
A 50 strong unit of Polish Military Police is leaving for the conflict stricken Central African Republic.
As Slawek Szefs reports, this is the Poles’ third such African mission after Congo and Chad.
The Polish MPs together with a group of medical and support personnel shall serve within the framework of EUGENDEFOR (the European Gendarmerie Force), part of a one thousand man EUFOR contingent to be dislocated in the C.A.R.
Archbishop Dieudonne Nzapalainga, who is on a visit to Warsaw, has thanked Polish state and military authorities for the assistance to his country and its people.
"We need military forces capable of separating the warring sides and restoring peace. I'm grateful to Poland for commitment to send its soldiers. They can save many lives," the archbishop told Polish Radio.