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Mali Debunks Europe’s, Canada’s Accusations of Russian PMC Deployment


The government of Mali debunked the accusations made by Canada and a number of European countries about the alleged deployment of a private military corporation (PMC) in the country in a statement, published on the government’s official Facebook account. According to the statement, the government of the Republic of Mali “officially rejects these groundless accusations and demands proof from independent sources.” The government noted that it “participates only in an inter-state partnership with the Russian Federation, its historic partner,” asking to “judge it by actions, not rumors.” The “Wagner PMC” is not mentioned in the statement. On September 25, Russian…

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