# In other countries : The Minisma change was presented to the authorities yesterday, Monday morning, August 9, with its new mandate set to expire in June 2022. It was during a workshop that the government and the parties to the Algiers Agreement merged into the international community.
After the unanimous adoption of its fifteen members, UN Security Council Resolution 2584-2021, on June 29, 2021, extended its mandate that Minusma (United Nations Multi-Dimensional Integrated Mission) could remain in Mali for one more year, i.e. 13,289 soldiers until June 30, 2022. And with a permanent staff of 1,920 police officers.
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At the same time, the United Nations General Assembly set aside an annual budget of one billion one hundred and seventy-one million US dollars for Minusma to carry out its priority tasks.
These four priorities are support for the implementation of the peace and reconciliation agreement as a result of the Algiers process, the use of a global strategy to stabilize central Mali, and support for the transition process in Mali.