Cote D’Ivoire and Gambia say security situation in their countries has improves through the help of multiple security operations and ECOWAS military intervention in Gambia.
The countries stated this while giving their situation reports at the Second Ordinary Session of the ECOWAS Parliament in Abuja.
Gambian Member of the Parliament Muhamed Magassy said that the country had continued to experience political and economic stability, adding that the ECOMIG forces played an important role in ensuring peace in the country.
However, Kamara Aminata from the Cote D’Ivoire, said that the security situation in the country has improved due to the multiple security operation in the country. She said that with the new border security scheme, the country was able to prevent terrorists from coming into the country through the borders.
Aminata also noted that the Human Rights situation in the country was progressing with the establishment of the National Council on Human Rights since 2018.