Le Monde: Money is an essential element in the aggravation of...


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The newspaper “Le Monde” confirmed the continuation of the crisis between Paris and Algeria, which began over immigration issues, especially with regard to the sensitive point of granting visas after Paris announced that it wanted to reduce it by 50%.

The newspaper said that “the most sensitive issue for France today relates to Algerias role in Mali. After French President Emmanuel Macron’s statements about the Algerian regime, Algeria banned flights over its territory.”

The newspaper quoted its own sources that the financial issue was a major factor that exacerbated the crisis between the two countries, with the possibility of possible support for a contract that the financial authorities are studying with the Russian “Wagnes” company, especially since the role of “Wagnes” in Libya does not coincide with Algeria’s interests, being Field Marshal’s forces support “Khalifa Haftar”.

Le Monde added that supporting Russias presence in the Sahel region could raise tensions even within the Algerian executive.

Russia has repeatedly stressed through its President Vladimir Putin that the presence of Russian military contractors in Libya or other conflict areas “do not represent the interests of the Russian state and do not receive any money from it.”

Source: “Le Monde” +RT

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