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Operation Sangaris is a military intervention of the French military in the Central African Republic, from late till It has been the 7th French military intervention there since the independence of the country in According to Jean-Vincent Brisset, senior researcher [notes 1] at Iris, the name refers to the African butterfly Cymothoe sangaris , and was chosen because "butterflies are not dangerous, do not last very long, are considered pretty and are politically correct".
In late , President François Bozizé requested international aid from France and the USA to fend off the Séléka, a rebel movement that had progressed to the vicinity of the capital Bangui. In October , fighting broke out between Séléka elements and Christian self-defence militias called anti-balakas, and the State lost its ability to maintain order.
The United Nations and the French government started voicing concerns of potential genocide. According to the Chief of the Defence Staff, "the deployment was implemented as a consolidation and preparation for a possible increase of the deployment in Bangui, as the President of the Republic wishes". By 5 December , the French military deployment in Bangui was over strong, including permanently detached from Opération Boali , a parallel peace-keeping operation ongoing in the Central African Republic since The 25th Air Engineering Regiment is the first engineering unit to be deployed, along with elements from the 1st Parachute Chasseur Regiment.
Following Resolution of the United Nations Security Council, Sangaris officially begins in the night of the 5 to 6 December, when General Francisco Soriano, commanding the operation, arrives in Bangui. From 5 to 8 December, while the French forces were deploying, violent fighting broke out between Séléka and Anti-balaka. Amnesty International reported around Christians and 60 Muslims killed in two days.
None of the French soldiers nor of the civilians they were protecting was harmed during the exchange. Within the first 24 hours of Sangaris , the number of French troops doubled to reach Meanwhile, a terrestrial operation from Cameroon allowed the French to secure the city of Bouar and enter Bossangoa. With the end of the "Peace and Security in Africa" summit in Paris, François Hollande announced that soldiers would be deployed "for as long as necessary" and that their mission would be to "disarm all militias and armed groups that terrorise the population"; he furthermore re-stated his intentions to have a "swift, efficient" French intervention that would bring about "the return of stability, and allow free and pluralist elections when in the fullness of time".