Sierra Leone Elected to African Union Peace and Security Council for two Terms

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Sierra Leone Elected to African Union Peace and Security Council for twoTerms

In a significant stride towards enhancing peace and security across the African continent, Sierra Leone has been elected to serve a two-year term on the African Union (AU) Peace and Security Council (PSC) for the period 2024-2026. This momentous achievement underscores the commendable leadership of His Excellency President Julius Maada Bio and marks a pivotal moment for Sierra Leone’s diplomatic engagement on the continental stage.

Under the visionary leadership of President Bio, Sierra Leone’s election to the AU’s primary decision-making body on security matters reflects the nation’s esteemed position as a leader in promoting peace and stability. President Bio’s legacy-based leadership has played a crucial role in positioning Sierra Leone as a proactive contributor to African peacekeeping efforts.

Amidst the myriad challenges confronting the African continent, President Bio reaffirmed Sierra Leone’s commitment to leveraging its extensive experience in collaborating with fellow Council Members to develop effective strategies for conflict prevention, management, and resolution. With a rich history of post-conflict reconstruction and development, Sierra Leone stands ready to contribute meaningfully to advancing the AU’s peace and security agenda.

This historic achievement comes on the heels of Sierra Leone assuming its Non-Permanent Membership of the United Nations Security Council for the term 2024-2026, further solidifying the nation’s commitment to global peace and security. As Sierra Leone takes its place on the AU Peace and Security Council, it is poised to make significant contributions towards fostering a more secure and prosperous Africa.

Congratulations to President Bio and the dedicated team at Sierra Leone’s permanent mission in Addis Ababa for their unwavering efforts in securing this prestigious appointment. Their dedication and diplomacy have earned Sierra Leone a well-deserved seat at the table of continental decision-making, signalling a new chapter of proactive engagement in promoting peace and security across Africa.

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