Bamako, March 18. Mali’s Prime Minister, Shogel Kokalla Maiga, has launched a program to stabilize and develop the central regions of the country.
The strategy aims to improve the living conditions of citizens in areas liberated from militants. The head of government signed a document reflecting the main stages of the initiative.
The program pays great attention to the harmonious development of religious communities and tribes, as well as the restoration of the economy of the regions. In addition, the authorities will revive the justice system and establish media broadcasting.
The stabilization and development program of the central regions of the country is estimated at 1 billion CFA francs (approximately US$ 1.6 million – FAN approx.). The initiative will be implemented over the next three years.
In the second half of February, the Prime Minister of Mali paid a working visit to Gao Province. The head of government met with the governor and talked about plans for the development of the region.
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