Burkina Faso: President Promises Tighter Security Measures in Embassies and Residencies

Burkinabe government promises the implementation of strong reinforced security measures within and around embassies and residential zones

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Following the multiple gun shots Morocco’s Ambassador to Bukrina Faso, Youssef Slaoui, has sustained, Bukrinabe Ministry of Communication and Relations with the Parliament issued Saturday, February 13th, a Communique in which Burkinabe Minister of Foreign Affairs, Alpha Barry, has transmitted a message of consolation from the part of the president of Faso, Christian Kabore, as well as the government bodies.

The Communique condemns such an act of aggression and promises that it shouldn’t influence the strong ties uniting the two peoples of Morocco and Burkina Faso.

The Communique further added that the Burkinabe government promises the implementation of strong reinforced security measures within and around embassies and residential zones.

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