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US Reopens Embassy in Central African Republic |Boosts Humanitarian Service with $28 Million

Moremi Elekwachi

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War And Poverty Fuel Conflict In Central African Republic

Washington (dpa/NAN) – John Kerry, U.S. Secretary of State, said government would re-open its embassy in the Central African Republic (CAR) after UN took over peacekeeping operations there.

He said Brown David, had been named as the embassy’s Charge D’affaires.

Kerry said he would work with the interim government in support of the country’s democratic transition.

The Secretary of State said the government had also boosted its humanitarian aid to the country by an additional $28 million.

Photo Credit: Getty Images/Spencer Platt

Moremi Elekwachi is a Media and Communications expert. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from the University of Georgia, and a Master’s Degree in Communication Management (with a concentration in Marketing communication) from the University of Southern California. She is Founder and Lead Publicist at Euphorique PR, a leading full-service Public Relations & Marketing Communications company that helps individuals, companies and public figures effectively communicate, engage, and build relationships with their target audiences & stakeholders via digital media and traditional media platforms. Prior to establishing Euphorique PR, Moremi gathered a wealth of experience, working at prestigious media companies both at home and abroad including Wondros (Los Angeles, CA), Wildflower PR, and also BellaNaija, where she served as News Editor & Head of Business Development. Moremi is also the founder of www.queenmoremi.com, a fresh platform dedicated to empowering and celebrating the modern African millennial woman, as she strives to live her best life. In her spare time, she loves to write, gossip about popular culture, and sing her heart out. @queenmoremi: Twitter @queenmoremi: Facebook @queenmoremi: Instagram

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