US News Russian ships helping Mali? No, these photos have been taken in 2008 in other countries
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Two photos published on Facebook on 17 November claim to show "Russian ships in Algeria to help Mali". Although the photos are those of Russian warships, one is that of the Moskva warship in Sevastopol in 2008, the other is that of the ship "Pierre Le Grand" taken the same year in the vicinity of Tripoli in Libya .
publication dating from November 17, cumulating 4300 mentions "I like" says show two Russian warships arrived in Algeria to support Mali.
The photos have also been published on Facebook on November 16 asand November 17 .
Mali: Europeans are coming together with the Cédao
© AFP - John Thys European flags in front of the European Commission headquarters in Brussels (image of illustration). The European Union wants to be determined in the face of the junta resulting from the coup in Mali. It is preparing to issue sanctions as a result of those issued by Cédéao on November 7th. EU diplomacy has put a proposal from France to the agenda of the 27. The sanctions are ready, only remains to finalize them.
Mali and Russia have decided to strengthen their military cooperationwhile the French troops are partially withdrawing from Mali. The French plan plans to reduce the number of more than 5,000 people currently, at 2,500 to 3,000 by 2023.
Two photos of Russian ships taken near Libya and Sebastopol, in 2008
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The first picture is that of the Russian missile lancer cruiser "Moskva". It was taken on September 10, 2008 by Vasiliy Batanov for AFP, according toof August 2013. Another photo of the same ship taken on the same day by the same photographer, and , a Lebanese newspaper now closed, indicates that the ship is in the bay of Sevastopol. The Bay of Sevastopol is a territory that has become a Russian de facto after the annexation of the Crimea in 2014.
Penalties of the Cédao in Mali: The Prime Minister and most of his ministers among 149 personalities targeted
© AFP - Kena Betancur The Malian Prime Minister of Transition, Choguel Maïga, in New York, September 26, 2021. Choguel Kokalla Maïga and almost all of its government are among 149 personalities covered by individual sanctions recently inflicted by the Economic Community of West African States (Cédéao).
The second photo is that of the Russian nuclear cruiser Pyotr Veliky, Pierre Le Grand in Russian, taken on October 13, 2008 near Tripoli in Libya By Abdel Magid Al Fergany for AP, as indicated in this article by October 2008 of the, a Californian newspaper. The article specifies that the Russian cruiser was to join Venezuela for joint exercises.
Where are these two boats currently located?
One day before this intox, who claims that the boat is in Algiers on November 17, the "Moskva" actually returned to the Bay of Sebastopol according to this videoon November 16 by Vesti92, a newspaper Russian publishing information about Crimea.
The writing of the observers of France 24 did not find the current location of the second ship "Pierre Le Grand".
Other Russian warships actually present in Algiers for a joint exercise
Russian warships were recently present in Algiers for a joint exercise between the Algerian and Russian armed forces, as indicated by this Articleaccording to this release This article
The European Union denounces the Russian influence in the Central African Republic .
© Dr. The monument was inaugurated on Monday, November 29, 2021, in the University district, in Bangui. Central African power is more and more to the Russian military and mercenaries of Wagner. At the risk of paying it expensive. Russians in Bangui? Almost no one unworthy: was not inaugurated on Monday, November 29, 2021, in Bangui, a statue paying tribute to the Russian staff who advise and govern the units of the National Armed Forces.