Ivory Coast: July 23, 2003

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The United States and several European donors pledged sufficient funding to keep the 1,400-strong West African peacekeeping force deployed in the Ivory Coast until the end of November, but failed to provide the additional sums required to increase the unit's size to 3,200. France, which had provided the largest chunk of initial funding was still mulling the extent to which it would provide further assistance. The current ECOWAS mission costs $1.3 million a month to keep in the field. - Adam Geibel 

 

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