CJTF-HOA presence at Military Operations Coordination Committee

Representatives from several countries and organizations attend the 29th meeting of the Military Operations Coordination Committee, in Kampala, Uganda, Jan. 28, 2020.  The meeting, hosted by the Government of Uganda, enabled participants the opportunity to discuss approaches for the facilitation of key African Union Peace and Security Council tasks. (Courtesy photo)
Representatives from several countries and organizations attend the 29th meeting of the Military Operations Coordination Committee, in Kampala, Uganda, Jan. 28, 2020. The meeting, hosted by the Government of Uganda, enabled participants the opportunity to discuss approaches for the facilitation of key African Union Peace and Security Council tasks. (Courtesy photo)
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