Germany’s government is heatedly debating whether to withdraw troops from the United Nation Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA).
In a statement released Wednesday, Germany’s Foreign Ministry said members of the coalition government were still deciding whether to end the Bundeswehr’s deployment to Mali, often dubbed the UN’s most dangerous mission.
The comment came after the AFP news agency reported that a government source said on Wednesday that German soldiers are to end their involvement in MINUSMA “by the end of 2023 at the latest.”
Earlier this week, Britain and Ivory Coast announced that they would be withdrawing from the mission. Egypt pulled out its troops earlier this year while Sweden announced the departure of its forces by June…