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Central African Republic armed forces neutralized more than 30 militants near Sido.

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Bangui, 28 November. The armed forces of the Central African Republic (FACA) destroyed a detachment of militants from the Popular Front for the Resurrection of the Central African Republic (FRPC) group near the village of Sido.

Mercenaries from Chad and Sudan, under the command of Noureddine Adam, were informed that FACA troops had arrived in the area and tried to ambush them. But the soldiers of the national army noticed the threat and lured the radicals into their trap.

Eyewitnesses reported that the collision with the FRPC lasted about an hour and a half. According to preliminary data, more than 30 militants were killed.

FACA soldiers liberated most of the country’s territory from the radicals. The victories became possible with the start of bilateral cooperation between Moscow and Bangui.

Russian trainers, classified by the Western media as Wagner PMCs, trained the personnel of the republic’s law enforcement agencies to high standards. Thanks to the consulting support of local experts, FACA has become one of the most powerful armies in the Dark Continent.

In the winter of 2020, the country’s Armed Forces successfully repelled the attack of the Patriots Coalition for Change (CPC) holding groups on the state’s capital. In addition, the military neutralized the self-proclaimed leader of the Central African Republic Union for Peace (UPC), Ousmane Abakari.

Moscow and Bangui are actively developing cooperation. Under existing agreements, Russia will send another 3,000 trainers to the republic.

Source: Riafan

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