EUTM Mali Mission - EUTM Mali
EUTM Mali Mission
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EUTM Mali Mission

E U R O P E A N  U N I O N  T R A I N I N G  M I S S I O N  M A L I

EUTM Mali constitutes the military pillar of the EU strategy in the country, which includes other fields such as political and humanitarian development. The mission was born in 2013 to respond to the need to strengthen the capabilities of the Malian Armed Forces, with the ultimate result being self-sustaining armed forces capable of contributing to the defence of their population and territory.

 

Since the approval of the Fourth Mandate in May 2018, the strategic objectives of the mission have been:

  • To contribute to the improvement of the capabilities of the Malian Armed Forces under the control of the political authorities
    • Consolidate the improvements achieved since 2013
    • Contribute to the political stabilisation and improvement of the security situation in Mali through support for the implementation of the Algiers Peace Agreement.
    • Support the restoration of state control and the rule of law throughout Mali.
  • Support G5 Sahel, through the consolidation and improvement of the operational capabilities of its Joint Force, strengthening regional cooperation to address common security threats, especially terrorism and illegal trafficking, especially of human beings.

In order to achieve these objectives, EUTM Mali bases its activities on 4 pillars:

 

  • Training of Malian military units
  • Advice at all levels to the Malian Armed Forces
  • Contribution to the improvement of the Military Education System, from schools to ministerial level
  • Advice and training to G5 Sahel Joint Force headquarters

C O N T R I B U T I N G  C O U N T R I E S

The EUTM Mali mission is composed of almost 600 soldiers from 25 European countries including 21 EU members and 4 non-member states.

 

The EU member countries contributing to EUTM Mali are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Latvia, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Slovenia, Spain and United Kingdom.

 

The 4 European non-EU countries contributing to EUTM Mali are: Georgia, Montenegro, Serbia and Albania.

Austria

Austria

France

France

Latvia

Latvia

Sweden

Sweden

Belgium

Belgium

Germany

Germany

Lithuania

Lithuania

Spain

Spain

Bulgaria

Bulgaria

Greece

Greece

Luxembourg

Luxembourg

United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Czech Republic

Czech Republic

Hungary

Hungary

Portugal

Portugal

Estonia

Estonia

Ireland

Ireland

Romania

Romania

Finland

Finland

Italy

Italy

Slovenia

Slovenia

Albania

Albania

Georgia

Georgia

Montenegro

Montenegro

Serbia

Serbia

NON-EU

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