The African Union Commission and the AU Peace and Security Council are undertaking a seven-day Fact Finding Mission to the Republic of Chad from 29 April to 6 May 2021.
The Fact-Finding Mission team that arrived N’Djamena, Chad’s capital city on Thursday is to assess the situation in country and examine ways of a speedy return to democratic rule.
Also, the Fact-Finding Mission is expected to reaffirm the solidarity of the AU with the Government and people of Chad, as well as the unwavering commitment to support its transition process.
The delegation will produce a report at the end of its mission which will enable the Peace and Security Council to adopt a definitive position on the measures to be taken.
Several member countries have called for Chad to be suspended from the African Union because of the Transitional Military Council in the country.