According to Russian sources, in Mozambique, a large number of armed fighters attacked the Mozambican army, accompanied by a large number of Russian "Wagner" mercenaries, and the real target of Mozambican militants is Russian mercenaries. According to the Russian side, Mozambique's army of 500 and 30 Russian mercenaries fought and left because of sap by 1,500 militants, but Mozambican militants still captured a lot of equipment such as tiger armored vehicles.
Africa, and the United States has supported militants to provoke civil war and focus on natural gas"/>Sudden fighting in Mozambique
In Cape Delgado province in northern Mozambique, a large number of Mozambican militants attacked the army and seized weapons such as "tiger" armored vehicles. From these photos, the captured vehicle was not a "Tiger" armored vehicle produced by Russia, but an Asian country.
About 1,500 militants attacked the city of Grand Praia, Mozambique, in northern Mozambique. The city of Grand Praia of Mozambique is currently under their control. Although many Western media issued statements stating that the city was occupied by unknown militants, Russia stated that these militants were obviously not ordinary militants, and were obviously supported by Western countries, including the United States. Has increased its influence in the country. It is worth noting that Mozambique is building an industrial infrastructure to handle natural gas 60 kilometers south of Mozambique da Praia, and the Mozambican army has hired a large number of Russian mercenaries to cooperate to protect its natural gas industrial production.
Wrecked of armored vehicles produced in Asian countries
Mozambique has found numerous natural gas deposits on the shelf in the province of Cabo Delgado. Energy companies Exxon Mobil and Total have participated in this part of the project in Mozambique, which means that Mozambique will become one of Africa's rare exporters of natural gas energy, which will bring huge natural gas profits to Mozambique. It is precisely because Mozambique has a large amount of natural gas that Western countries have decided to stir up Mozambique's civil war and support a large number of militants to attack the Mozambican army and Russian mercenaries.
A large number of militants have become more active in Mozambique. Therefore, on 29 March, a group of armed elements launched a large-scale offensive in the country. At first Mozambican attackers attacked five military camps and several police stations. During the fighting, the Mozambican security forces suffered losses and were forced to abandon their weapons for retreat. As a result, the village of Kusanga was under the control of the militants, who then occupied the city of Mojinbadapura in Cape Delgado Province. The city is 60 kilometers away from the liquefaction production plant. Foreign companies have invested nearly $ 60 billion in the project, so militant activities have attracted serious attention worldwide.
A large number of 56 rushes and 81 bars were seized
"They occupied the city, which is currently under fire." Mozambican police spokesman Orlando Muduman said on national television. Mozambique's defence and security forces are currently fighting to restore order. In Mojinboa Da Praia, militants have seized an urban prison and released all prisoners standing next to them. The militants armed them with weapons confiscated from the security forces.
Mozambique fighting scene
Mozambican army's combat effectiveness is worrying
The militants obtained a large number of light weapons and grenade launchers, including 300 assault rifles commonly known as "81 bars", "56" submachine guns, "80" machine guns, and "69" rocket launchers. In addition, during the Battle of Kuusan, the ZBF-05 armored vehicle of the Mozambican army was destroyed, and the "Tiger" 4 × 4 armored personnel carrier was captured.
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