[Global Times reporter Wang Xiaoxiong] according to the “Russia today” TV station on the 13th, although the United States has been peddling “China Russia military threat theory” in the world, a new survey by South African media shows that the US special forces are conducting secret operations in almost half of Africa.
South Africa’s “post Guardian” recently reported that the US special forces carried out covert operations in 22 African countries, including Algeria, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Chad and so on. Fourteen percent of the Pentagon’s overseas special forces are concentrated in Africa, second only to the Middle East. The missions of us special forces in Africa mainly include training local soldiers and directly participating in operations. The U.S. military operations in Africa have different codes, such as AAA mission. The number of these operations and the coverage of countries are amazing. As of 2017, U.S. special forces have been fighting in 13 African countries, according to former head of the U.S. special operations command in Africa. The United States often accuses China and Russia of disturbing African affairs. However, according to the postal guardian, in 2019, the Pentagon will maintain more than 20 military bases on the African continent. Russia has no permanent military base in Africa, while China has only one support base in Djibouti. < p > < p > < p > through interviews with U.S. military officers and diplomats, African government and military sources, African troops who have received U.S. military training, and civilian witnesses, combined with the information provided by the special operations command and the African Command, the postal guardian has restored the full picture of U.S. special forces operations in Africa I don’t know anything about it. Most countries first learned of U.S. military operations in Africa in October 2017, when the extremist group Islamic state ambushed and killed four American soldiers, two of whom were members of the “green berets.”. The U.S. special forces’ operations on the continent show that the Pentagon’s military presence in Africa is growing, said ello, director of the international crisis organization’s Africa program. The lack of transparency in Africa is worrying. Andy Duhon, a former commander of the U.S. special forces and who has worked in Africa for more than 10 years, questioned the effectiveness of the U.S. military operations in Africa. He said that the United States does not know what African countries want, nor how to “intervene” in the best way. “The United States is far from enough. To provide help, it needs to know local grass-roots organizations, governments and military forces, rather than just spending money on training and military equipment projects.”.