Mali Set to Cut Off Military Cooperation With France


Mali’s military administrators are set to fully cut off its military cooperation with the French government, condemning “flagrant violations” of its national sovereignty by the French forces there.

Spokesman Colonel Abdoulaye Maiga announced the move in a televised statement on Tuesday, saying, “For some time now, the government of the Republic of Mali notes with regret a profound deterioration in military cooperation with France.

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