The UN Security council is asking Angola to provide military helicopters to assist in peace keeping missions in conflict spots in Africa.
The UN want helicopters to serve Southern Sudan, Congo, and even Somalia, gray areas that require intense military and humanitarian intervention.
On Monday 27th, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon asked Angola to pledge military and humanitarian help such as helicopters for peacekeeping missions.
Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan need humanitarian and military intervention to sustain peace keeping and social integration.
Ban Ki-moon told
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