United Nations to cut 1,000 troops from Somalia force

United Nations Security Council decided to cut 1,000 troops from a regional peacekeeping force in Somalia despite a rise in attacks by the Al-Shabaab militia in Mogadishu.
The council voted unanimously to draw down the African Union Mission in Somalia but left the door open for the council to revisit that decision if violence worsens. 
African Union Mission in Somalia will gradually hand over security to Somali forces under a transition plan agreed in 2017.
The United Nations is seeking to shore up stability in Somalia, where Al-Qaeda-linked Al-Shabaab fighters have been seeking to topple the government for a decade.

About United Nations Security Council
Formation‎: ‎1945    
Abbreviation‎: ‎UNSC
Head‎: ‎President Teuku Mifdhal Fadhly

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