Amb. Young recognized for service as ambassador to Burkina Faso 2016-20

On behalf of Burkinabe President Faso Roch Kabore, Burkinabe Ambassador to the U.S. Seydou Kabore presented Ambassador Andrew Young, U.S. Africa Command deputy commander for civil-military engagement, the Knight of the Order of the Stallion for Young's service as U.S. Ambassador to Burkina Faso from 2016-20.



By U.S. Africa Command Public Affairs United States Africa Command Washington, D.C. Apr 21, 2021
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