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United Nations (United States) (AFP) – The UN Security Council on Tuesday gave European troops backing to use force in Central African Republic amid a new international push to end deadly chaos in the country.
The United Nations believes at least 10,000 troops will eventually be needed to restore order, France’s UN ambassador said after the latest UN Security Council initiative on the crisis.
The 15-nation council unanimously backed a resolution that allows a proposed European Union contingent to use «all necessary force» to protect civilians caught in 10 months of strife since rebels seized power.
The European Union plans to send up to 600 troops to back African Union and French troops battling to end clashes between Muslim and Christian groups in Central African Republic.
The African Union force is eventually intended to reach 6,000 troops while France now has 1,600 soldiers in place.
Resolution 2134 also allows for asset freeze and travel ban sanctions against the ringleaders of groups blamed for massacres and human rights abuses. It did not name initial targets.
Residents of Bangui celebrate after former
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It called on Central African Republic’s interim government to speed up election preparations.
A transitional accord between rival groups set a deadline of February, 2015 for elections. The council said polls should be held in the second half of 2014 if possible.
Rebels ousted the Central African Republic’s longtime president last March, but an interim government lost control of the country while animosity between the Christian and Muslim communities have added a deadly twist to events.
France’s UN ambassador Gerard Araud said the resolution was «a new milestone» in efforts to help Central African Republic out of the strife in which thousands are feared killed and more than 900,000 people have fled their homes.
He said that while international forces are «starting to stabilize» events, the country remains in «very, very dire» condition.
Former Seleka militants sit in a truck as they are escorted out of Kasai military camp in Bangui on …
«There is an incredible amount of resentment and hatred between the two communities,» he said of clashes between Muslim and Christian groups.
According to Araud, the EU troops will protect Bangui airport, which has turned into a giant camp for some 100,000 civilians, and protect humanitarian convoys.
This would free French forces to go into the city where lynchings and lootings are still reported and into the provinces, he added.
France, however, is leading a push for the United Nations to take over international forces in the country.
Even when it reaches its upper limit of 6,000 troops, the African Union stabilization force, officially known as MISCA, will be too small, said Araud, «because, frankly, the situation is very, very dire and the country is huge.
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«The (UN) secretariat is really thinking that at least 10,000 soldiers are necessary,» he added.
He also said there were problems finding finance for MISCA.
Central African Republic’s interim president Catherine Samba Panza told French radio on Tuesday that she was preparing an official call for a full UN peacekeeping mission.
«Abuses are continuing despite the presence» of French and African troops, she said. «That means that those forces do not have enough men to reestablish and assure the security of the people.»
Council diplomats said the African Union has demanded that MISCA be given a year to prove its worth. They added, however, that a UN force now seems inevitable even though there would be disputes over its mandate and financing.
The French and African troops have started efforts to disarm rebels. But the UN has highlighted the precarious security conditions.
The UN World Food Programme (WFP) said that after being blocked at the Cameroon border for several weeks, 10 trucks carrying food had completed the 600 kilometer (360 mile) trip to Bangui on Monday.
Despite an escort of African troops, «the convoy was slowed by frequent improvised checkpoints set up by armed groups,» said a WFP statement.
Forty-one other trucks carrying cereals are still stranded at the border, with hundreds of other vehicles, added the statement.
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