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US News United Nations Report in Central Africa: Russia denounces "unverified information"

18:25  15 june  2021
18:25  15 june  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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A little more than three months ago, the United Nations Panel on Mercenaries had drawn the alarm about serious "human rights violations" attributable to Russian paramilitaries in Central African Republic. . The experts had denounced an increased use of these private security companies by the authorities in a new rebellion since the December elections.

Executions Massive summary, arbitrary detentions, torture and other enforced disappearances ... The charges against the three Russian entities pointed out in the report of the UN expert group are very heavy. In a note written in the stride that just made public, Russia says regrets "allegations" that are based on "unverified information, largely from the media" and are approximate. " And as usual, she denounces as she describes as "politically motivated communication".

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UN experts had also pointed the opacity that surrounds the presence of these Russian paramilitaries in the Central African Republic, including their status and the legal basis on which they operate. Russia reacts on this point too. The approximately 500 instructors present in Central African Republic at the end of April there were at the request of the legitimate authorities of the country, to "assist in the formation of the forces of local defenses and security". Men who are not armed and do not participate in hostilities, "says this note, despite many local NGOs and the UN who say the opposite.

Mermenaire, a crime in Russia

But is it a way of taking away with these paramilitaries? The note recalls that mercenaries is a crime in Russia and the law does not recognize the existence of private security companies. Therefore, she says, the three incriminated entities are unknown to the battalion in this country.

Russia also believes that the Central African presence of Russian citizens in the context of private contract with non-state societies do not engage it, before reminding that they can be pursued as an individual before the courts of this country. 'They committed crimes.

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