Rwandan peacekeepers Battle Group II (RWA BGII) deployed under the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) in collaboration with MINUSCA officials inaugurated and handed over a new building to serve as a guest house in Bria town, Haute Kotto Prefecture.
The facility that comprises of four sleeping rooms, sitting room and bathroom is fully furnished. The whole project is valued to US$40,767.
In his remarks, the Prefet of Haute Kotto, Evariste Thierry thanked Rwandan Peacekeepers for implementing the project.
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“I am so grateful for this facility that Rwandan peacekeepers have handed over today. It is a sign of fraternity; the building will serve to accommodate the high authorities who will visit our prefecture,” he said.
Rwanda Battle Group Commanding Officer Lt Col Leodomir Uwizeyimana said that the project was intended to improve the capacity of hosting the temporary visitors of the prefecture.
The construction project is part of Quick Impact Projects to support the community and was initiated and implemented by Rwanda peacekeepers with full support from MINUSCA, he noted.
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