Head of the National Council for Women, Dr. Maya Morsi, commended the explosives squad of the Egyptian police in the peacekeeping forces of the United Nations Mission in Mali.

She also stressed that the all-female team that participates for the first time in the history of United Nations peacekeeping operations indicates the competence and success of Egyptian women.

In addition, history will immortalize their names, as they are a source of pride for the country and an inspiring role model for all girls. She went on to wish them continued success and good luck.

According to MINUSMA, the Egyptian police unit established the Egyptian women’s team following their deployment in Douentza, Mali, in 2017, operating within the mission’s ranks.

It is worth noting that the team made up entirely of women within the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Mission contributes to achieving stability in Mali (MINUSMA) by saving lives by monitoring and deactivating improvised explosive devices.

According to MINUSMA, the Egyptian police unit established the Egyptian women’s team following their deployment in Douentza, Mali, in 2017, operating within the mission’s ranks.

Morsi expressed her extreme happiness and pride, saying: Honorable role models for Egyptian women from the heart of the United Nations. Long live Egypt with female examples conveying Egyptian women’s strength, courage, persistence, and determination.

 

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