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Malian Prime Minister Choguel Maïga told the General Assembly’s General Debate that Mali and countries of the Sahel have for 10 years faced “a many-headed serpent of terrorism, violent extremism and instability,” and “in this difficult context, the people of Mali, following several months of popular upheavals, has chosen a different direction for our country.” UNIFEED

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DATELINE: 25 SEPTEMBER 2021, NEW YORK CITY/ RECENT

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RECENT - NEW YORK CITY

1. Wide shot, exterior, United Nations flag

25 SEPTEMBER 2021, NEW YORK CITY

2. Wide shot, Mali's Prime Minister Choguel Maiga, walks up to GA rostrum
3. SOUNDBITE (French) Choguel Maiga, Prime Minister, Mali:
"Mali and the countries of the Sahel are today facing a many-headed serpent of terrorism, violent extremism and instability." That has been going on for a decade, with the risk of stagnation, trivialization or fatigue, which risk seeing these issues falling off the international agenda.”
4. Wide shot, delegates
5. SOUNDBITE (French) Choguel Maiga, Prime Minister, Mali:
“In this difficult context, the people of Mali, following several months of popular upheavals, has chosen a different direction for our country, and has placed all its hope in the political transition process currently under way, which they are the principal drivers of. This Transitional Government, which I have the honour to be leading since the end of June 2021, is made up of representatives of all forces in Mali. Notably. in the interest of inclusivity, it includes members of the signatory movements of the Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation in Mali, the outcome of the Algiers Process and representatives of the different social forces in the country.”
6.Wide shot, Maiga walks away

STORYLINE:

Malian Prime Minister Choguel Maïga today (25 Sep) told the General Assembly’s General Debate that Mali and countries of the Sahel have for 10 years faced “a many-headed serpent of terrorism, violent extremism and instability,” and “in this difficult context, the people of Mali, following several months of popular upheavals, has chosen a different direction for our country.”

Maïga said the people of Mali “has placed all its hope in the political transition process currently under way, which they are the principal drivers of” and a Transitional Government, which “includes members of the signatory movements of the Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation in Mali, the outcome of the Algiers Process and representatives of the different social forces in the country.”

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the Prime Minister discussed the current political transition, the implementation of the Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation in Mali and the security situation in the country.

The Secretary-General highlighted the importance of holding the elections in keeping with the agreed timeline and reaffirmed the full commitment of the United Nations, and notably the UN Mission in the country (MINUSMA), alongside the Malian people.
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