On the morning of August 18 local time, part of the soldiers in a military camp on the outskirts of Bamako, the capital of Mali, mutinied. The president announced his resignation and dissolved the Parliament and government. Since the 19th, Mali has closed its land and air border and imposed a curfew at night (21 PM to 5 am the next day). In view of the complexity of the current situation in Mali and the increasing number of unstable and uncertain factors, the Ministry of foreign affairs and the Chinese Embassy in Mali remind Chinese citizens in Bamako and surrounding areas to be vigilant, strengthen protection, close down, avoid going out, and further do a good job in security and epidemic prevention. In case of emergency, please call the Mali police call and the Embassy’s number for assistance as soon as possible.
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