France to send troops to former colony Central Africa

France is on the way to sending a thousand troops to Central African Republic, said France defense minister on Tuesday.
The troops dispatch to Africa has been confirmed by Defense Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, after the United Nations' warning on civil war in one of the poorest countries in the world.

Rebel forces in Central African Republic have already joined efforts, in fact they already overthrew the country's President. The insurgents were accused of several crimes including rape, killings and even force recruitment of children to join the rebel group.

Le Drian said:
It's in collapse and we cannot have a country fall apart like that. There is the violence, massacres and humanitarian chaos that follow a collapse
It will be a short mission to allow calm and stability to return.
This move of France by sending troops to Central Africa is an international responsibility, said Le Drian.

France will be working hand in hand with another African forces from neighboring countries to restore order in the atrocity-stricken part of the African republic.

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