MNJTF receives logistics support from European Union


BY USMAN MOHAMMED, JULY 10, 2024, 11:37 PM

The Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) has received logistics support from the European Union, facilitated by the DCI Group.

The support was aimed at enhancing the operational efficiency and capabilities of the MNJTF.

The support items were handed over to Major General Ibrahim Sallau Ali Force Commander of the MNJTF on July 9, 2024, at Farcha, Ndjamena, Chad.enter image description here

In a press statement on Tuesday by Lt. Col. Abubakar Abdullahi, spokesman of the MNJTF said the items include, Laptop computers, tablet devices, printers and office furniture.

General Ali expressed gratitude to the European Union for its support and commended the DCI Group's efforts.

He acknowledged that the equipment will play in streamlining operations, improving communication, and enhancing decision-making processes. enter image description here Emmanuel Gastines, deputy chief of DCI Group Paris in his remarks said the delivery is the beginning of a series of supports planned for the MNJTF which include surveillance equipment, and projects.

According to him, the contributions are part of the European Union's initiative for the Lake Chad Basin region.

The MNJTF appreciates the support of the European Union and the DCI Group, adding that it's committed to achieving its mandate.

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