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Central African Republic President Denounces External Interference


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Doha, March 5 – The President of the Central African Republic, Faustin-Archange Touadera, said at the opening of the Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries in the State of Qatar.
“The Central African Republic has made progress on security issues and national reconciliation, but it is not enough because of the illegal and unjust arms fight that constitutes external interference and prevents the government from implementing a national program to increase defense capabilities,” Touadera said.
In addition, the CAR president has accused international partners of creating obstacles to development and progress in the country due to the suspension of aid from international organizations to its government.

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“Without financial and technical assistance from international partners, the European Union and the World Bank, the conditions for the transition to prosperity are difficult, and the population of the Central African Republic is hostage, so the Republic is calling for the lifting of the suspension of financial aid that was provided three years ago,” he added.
On Sunday, the Fifth United Nations Conference on Least Developed Countries began in Doha, and its list includes the Central African Republic.

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