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Parliamentary questions
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4 February 2014
P-001111-14
Question for written answer P-001111-14
to the Commission (Vice-President/High Representative)
Rule 117
Konrad Szymański (ECR)

 Subject:  VP/HR — Ensuring protection for Christian missions and civilians in the Central African Republic, including in the towns of Bocaranga and Ngaoundaye
 Answer in writing 

In spite of the political efforts to address it, the conflict in the Central African Republic, which has been ongoing for several years now, is continuing to hit Christian missionaries and civilians hard. For example, on 21 January 2014 fighting took place in the towns of Bocaranga and Ngaoundaye, claiming civilian victims. Catholic missions in the area have been attacked and robbed, and have been unable to count on the support of the French troops taking part in the international mission to the country. Missionaries in the Central African Republic play a vital role in helping civilians who are injured in the fighting.

With this in mind:
1. Is the protection of Christian missions in conflict zones one of the priorities of the EU mission on the basis of UN Security Council resolution 2134 of 28 January 2014?
2. Are the troops going to support the Christian missions with regard to facilitating the delivery of assistance to the civilian population?
3. Was the armed EU mission informed of the events that took place in Bocaranga and Ngaoundaye on 21 January 2014, and have steps been taken to prevent similar incidents from occurring in these areas in future?
Original language of question: PLOJ C 353, 07/10/2014
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