28/07/2020 – Libyan National Army (LNA) spokesman Ahmed al-Mismari accused on Monday Turkey of delivering military equipment through commercial vessels to militias loyal to the Government of National Accord (GNA).
In televised remarks, he added that Turkey was using American-made tanks and the Hawk missile system on Libyan territories.
The first condition for reaching a ceasefire in Libya is Turkey’s complete withdrawal from the country, he added.
Moreover, Ankara is exploiting the current lull in fighting to bring in more mercenaries to the country, he continued.
Sahel-Elite (Bamako-Mali) | Photo: Libyan National Army (LNA) spokesman Ahmed al-Mismari. (Reuters)
13/10/2019 -Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari hopes to sign a military technical cooperation deal with Russia at talks with President Vladimir Putin this month that will help it fight Boko Haram militants, Nigeria’s ambassador in Moscow said on Friday.The Nigerian leader is due to meet Putin on the sidelines of a Russia-Africa summit in the Black Sea city of Sochi amid a push by Moscow to expand its influence in Africa. Continuer à lire … « Nigeria looks to sign military cooperation deal with Russia this month »
2019/15/02 – The Italian organisations CILD, ASGI and Rete Disarmo have succeeded in their bid to be granted access to the content of an agreement concluded between Italy and Niger, despite opposition from the Italian government.
The three associations held a joint press conference on 6 February after winning their battle to access the content of the agreement. Continuer à lire … « Italy/Niger Agreement Made Public Thanks to Freedom of Information Law #Military #Arms »
2018/09/02 – The Tunisian authorities have decided to return Russian military equipment which was seized en route to the renegade Libyan General Khalifa Haftar, Almesryoon.com reported on Friday. The goods were discovered when a Panamanian-registered ship called into the Tunisian port of Sfax for repairs. Continuer à lire … « Tunisia returns Russian military equipment seized en route to Libya’s Haftar »
2018/03/032 – Turkey and Mali aim to revive bilateral economic relations by adopting a win-win principle through the plentiful investment opportunities in the West African country
he last stop on President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s 5-day, 4-country visit to West African nations, covering Algeria, Mauritania, and Senegal, is Mali, where the president and his delegation, including 200 Turkish businesspeople, is expected to discuss cooperative and investment opportunities with Malian government officials and businesspeople in agriculture, energy and infrastructure. The president’s visit to the country raises expectations as it will pave the way for Turkish investors. Continuer à lire … « Mali – Turkey, Mali seek mutual gains through investments #Military #Security »