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Britain makes plans on how to oust Russia from Africa

In Britain, they called for strengthening the country's military presence in Africa so that Russia could not include the continent in its sphere of influence. Britain makes plans on how to oust Russia from Africa

Britain makes plans on how to oust Russia from Africa

In Britain, they called for strengthening the country's military presence in Africa so that Russia could not include the continent in its sphere of influence. According to the head of the General Staff, Nicholas Carter, Moscow "knows how to manipulate information" and inspire other states that Russia is the best ally. In order to confront the Russian Federation, the general suggested sending military assistance to Africa, as well as using the experience of the US Army.

The chief of the British headquarters of defense, General Nicholas Carter, announced the need to strengthen the military presence in Africa to prevent Russia from including this continent in its sphere of influence, The Times reports.
According to the head of the General Staff, London can send military assistance to Africa, as well as small elite troops to fight terrorism. He is confident that this tactic will help orient developing countries “rather toward the West, and not toward the Wagner group.”
The only thing that could hinder Britain, as Carter explained, is the threat from Moscow, which “materialized much faster than British experts expected in 2015.”

“They make good use of opportunities that are very easy to deny. They know how to manipulate the information environment and state their version of the truth. They also behave very competently in cyberspace. I think they have learned to convince other countries well that Russia is probably a better ally or better bet in terms of support than the West, ”the military leader emphasized.
To solve the problem, the head of the General Staff of the Armed Forces considers it necessary to show the continent that it is the Western states that constitute real protection. Carter also called for special attention to counterintelligence. “The methods of warfare are changing, and the British army must be modernized with the technologies that led to this evolution,” the general added.
To achieve the goal, he proposed making the service in the British troops more attractive for cybersecurity specialists, as well as giving civilian experts the opportunity to work remotely with military personnel using the experience of the US Army. He also spoke about Britain’s intention to create a military school in Jamaica on the model of the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst, where cadets from the Caribbean could study
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On August 18, it became known that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov intends to meet with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration of the Republic of Ghana, Shirley Ayorkor Botchway, on August 20. According to the Russian diplomat, during the conversation issues such as the settlement of conflicts in Africa and the fight against international terrorism will be raised.
“Significant attention will be paid to promoting trade, economic, investment and humanitarian cooperation between the two countries. An in-depth exchange of views will take place on ways to strengthen business ties in the fields of energy, infrastructure development, natural resources and agriculture,
- stated in the Russian Foreign Ministry.
The main area of ​​cooperation between countries is the training of Ghanaians in Russian universities - currently, more than 800 citizens of the republic are studying at universities in the Russian Federation. In addition, the ministers will discuss the upcoming Russia-Africa summit, which will be held on October 2019 in Sochi, chaired by the presidents of Russia and Egypt.
Another meeting with a representative of the continent took place on August 16. On that day, Colonel-General Alexander Fomin, Russian Deputy Minister of Defense, Colonel General Alexander Fomin, met with a colleague from South Africa, Sampson Makvetla, during which they discussed military and military-technical cooperation projects. The parties also reaffirmed their commitment to strengthening friendly relations between the countries. The conversation of the military leaders took place on the sidelines of the Army International Games.
“During the meeting, a discussion of military and military-technical cooperation projects was held, as well as an exchange of views on pressing regional security issues on the African continent,”
- stated in the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, RIA Novosti reports.
Earlier, Sergey Lavrov also discussed bilateral cooperation with South African Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor - the meeting was held on the sidelines of the BRICS Foreign Ministers in Rio de Janeiro.
“A substantive discussion was held on the prospects of the Russian-South African strategic partnership with an emphasis on expanding trade, economic and humanitarian cooperation. The parties confirmed their mutual interest in deepening the political dialogue and the two countries' focus on effective coordination of actions in the UN, BRICS, G20 and other international venues, ”the agency said.

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