Algeria delivers 53 military logistic trucks and 4x4 tactical vehicles to Malian armed forces


According to information released by the Military Africa Blog on May 28, 2020, Algeria has delivered 53 Berlier logistic trucks and Land Rover 4x4 tactical vehicles to Malian armed forces. The vehicles were handed on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, at the President Modibo Keita International Airport in Bamako-Sénou by the Algerian Ambassador, HE Mr. Boualem Chebihi.
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Picture showing the military tactical trucks and jeep donates by Algeria to Malian armed forces. (Picture source Military Africa Blog)


Malian armed forces are supported by many countries in its fight against Islamist terrorists. In June 2019, we have announced that Germany has donated 29 Casspir 4x4 armored vehicle personnel carrier to Mali in the effort to secure in the West African nation.

The European Union has committed to supporting the Malian army since the creation of the G5 Sahel Joint Force. Together (EU + Member States), the first envelope of 155 million euros has been released for various equipment. "Almost 70% is today achieved or delivered," said the EC Delegation for Mali.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has also delivered Streit Cougar armored vehicles to the Malian Armed Forces (FAMa) on 28 January 2020, to support its ongoing counter-terrorism operations in the Sahel region.

According to our analysis of the pictures released by the Military Africa Blog, the tactical vehicles delivered to the Malian armed forces included 4x4 Land Rover 4x4 light tactical vehicles as wells Berlier GBC 8 KT 6x6 military trucks in troop carrier and tanker configuration.


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