European Union Training Mission in Mali

EU force to train Mali's army and police

European Union Training Mission Mali
EUTM Mali.svg
Commanded byGermany Brig. Gen. Jochen Deuer
Date17 January 2013–present
Executed by Austria
 Belgium
 Bulgaria
 Czech Republic
 Estonia
 Finland
 France
 Georgia
 Germany
 Greece
 Hungary
 Ireland
 Italy
 Latvia
 Lithuania
 Luxembourg
 Moldova
 Montenegro
 Netherlands
 Portugal
 Romania
 Slovakia
 Slovenia
 Spain
 Sweden

EUTM Mali (European Union Training Mission in Mali) is a European Union multinational military training mission headquartered in Bamako, Mali.

22 EU members (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden) and 3 non-EU countries (not members of the EU: Georgia, Moldova, Montenegro) are engaged in this mission and have sent soldiers to the Republic of Mali.

Mandates

Since 2013, Council has adopted several decisions. According to these documents, EUTM Mali has evolved towards its current nature. The most relevant ones has been:

  • Council Decision 2013/34/CFSP:[1] EUTM Mali creation
  • Council Decision 2013/87/CFSP:[2] EUTM Mali mission launching
  • Council Decision 2014/220/CFSP:[3] 2nd mandate. EUTM Mali is extended until 18 May 2016.
  • Council Decision 2016/446/CFSP:[4] 3rd mandate. EUTM Mali extension until 18 May 2018.
  • Council Decision (CFSP) 2018/716:[5] EUTM Mali 4th mandate. EUTM Mali extension until 18 May 2020.

Relationships

EUTM Mali has links with EUCAP Sahel Mali, the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali and Operation Barkhane in the north of Mali, with which EUTM shares the same goal, to help Mali to free the north of its territory. Notwithstanding, EUTM Mali's mission is a mission of training and advice. After France, Germany, Belgium (in 2016), Czech Republic became in 2020 the leading nation of this mission.[citation needed]

EU Mission Force Commander of EUTM Mali

Country Rank Name From Until
 France Brigadier General François Lecointre Jan. 2013 Aug. 2013
 France Brigadier General Bruno Guibert Aug. 2013 Mar. 2014
 France Brigadier General Marc André Rudkiewicz Mar. 2014 Oct. 2014
 Spain Brigadier General Alfonso García-Vaquero Pradal Oct. 2014 July 2015
 Germany Brigadier General Franz Xaver Pfrengle July 2015 Dec. 2015
 Germany Brigadier General Werner Albl[6] Dec. 2015 Jul. 2016
 Belgium Brigadier General Eric Harvent[7] July 2016 Dec. 2016
 Belgium Brigadier General Peter Devogelaere[8] Dec. 2016 July 2017
 Belgium Brigadier General Bart Laurent[9] July 2017 Jan. 2018
 Spain Brigadier General Enrique Millán Martínez Jan. 2018 Nov. 2018
 Germany Brigadier General Peter Mirow Nov. 2018 June 2019
 Austria Brigadier General Christian Habersatter[10] June 2019 Dec. 2019
 Portugal Brigadier General João Pedro Rato Boga de Oliveira Ribeiro[10] Dec. 2019 June 2020
 Czech Republic Brigadier General František Ridzák Jun. 2020 Jan. 2021
 Spain Brigadier General Fernando Luis Gracia Herreiz Jan. 2021 July 2021
 Germany Brigadier General Jochen Deuer July 2021 Jan. 2022
 Austria Brigadier General Christian Riener[11] Jan. 2022

References

  1. ^ Council Decision 2013/34/CFSP of 17 January 2013 on a European Union military mission to contribute to the training of the Malian Armed Forces (EUTM Mali), 18 January 2013, retrieved 25 January 2019.
  2. ^ Council Decision 2013/87/CFSP of 18 February 2013 on the launch of a European Union military mission to contribute to the training of the Malian Armed Forces (EUTM Mali), 19 February 2013, retrieved 25 January 2019.
  3. ^ Council Decision 2014/220/CFSP of 15 April 2014 amending Decision 2013/34/CFSP on a European Union military mission to contribute to the training of the Malian Armed Forces (EUTM Mali), 16 April 2014, retrieved 25 January 2019.
  4. ^ Council Decision (CFSP) 2016/446 of 23 March 2016 amending and extending Council Decision 2013/34/CFSP on a European Union military mission to contribute to the training of the Malian Armed Forces (EUTM Mali), 24 March 2016, retrieved 25 January 2019.
  5. ^ Council Decision (CFSP) 2018/716 of 14 May 2018 amending and extending Decision 2013/34/CFSP on a European Union military mission to contribute to the training of the Malian Armed Forces (EUTM Mali), 16 May 2018, retrieved 25 January 2019.
  6. ^ "Nächster deutscher General führt EUTM Mali" (in German). 3 January 2016. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 14 March 2020.
  7. ^ "EUTM Mali: Wechsel an der Spitze der Trainingsmission". Aktuelle Einsätze (in German). Bundeswehr – PAO HQ EUTM MLI. 4 July 2016. Archived from the original on 16 August 2016. Retrieved 14 March 2020.
  8. ^ "Changement de commandement à l'EUTM Mali – EUTM Mali". EUTM Mali. 19 December 2016. Archived from the original on 16 January 2017. Retrieved 14 March 2020.
  9. ^ "On 12 July, the Belgian Brigadier General Bart Laurent new head of mission EUTM MALI". 13 July 2017. Archived from the original on 4 December 2017. Retrieved 14 March 2020.
  10. ^ a b Council of the European Union, 13880/19, 25 November 2019. POLITICAL AND SECURITY COMMITTEE DECISION on the appointment of the EU Mission Force Commander of the European Union military mission to contribute to the training of the Malian Armed Forces (EUTM Mali) and repealing Decision (CFSP) 2019/948 (EUTM Mali/2/2019)
  11. ^ "Österreich übernimmt die Trainingsmission in Mali".

External links

  • EUTM Mali Official website
  • v
  • t
  • e
Military operations
[Ground] force (EUFOR)
Naval force (EUNAVFOR)
Military missions
Training mission (EUTM)
Civilian missions
Police mission (EUPOL, EUPM)
Capacity building mission (EUCAP)
Border assistance mission (EUBAM)
Rule of law mission (EULEX)
Monitoring mission (EUMM)
Military advisory mission (EUMAM)
  • RCA (2015–2016)
Aviation security mission (EUAVSEC)
  • South Sudan (2013–2014)
Mission in support of the
security sector reform (EUSSR)
  • Guinea-Bissau (2008–2010)
Integrated rule of law mission (EUJUST)
  • Iraq (2015–2013)
  • Georgia (2004–2005)
Mission to provide advice and assistance
for security sector reform (EUSEC)
  • RD Congo (2005–2016)
Advisory mission (EUAM)
  • Ukraine (2014–present)
  • Iraq (2017–present)
Police advisory team (EUPAT)
  • FYROM (2005–2006)
Other
  • AMIS EU Supporting Action (2005–2007)
  • PAMECA (2002–present)
  • Minesweeping operation in the Strait of Hormuz, (Operation Cleansweep, 1987–1988)
  • Police and customs operation with OSCE on the Danube (1993–1996)
  • Police contingent in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina (1994–1996)
  • Multinational Advisory Police Element in Albania (MAPE, 1997–2001)
  • Demining Assistance Mission to Croatia (WEUDAM, 1999–2001)
  • General security surveillance mission in Kosovo (1998–1999)
1: Conducted by the Western European Union prior to 2003. These missions were not named using conventional prefixes such as EUFOR, EUNAVFOR etc.
Authority control Edit this at Wikidata
General
  • VIAF
    • 1
  • WorldCat
National libraries
  • Germany