West Africa / The Alliance of Sahel States (AES) Train on the move: Towards total sovereignty

The Sahel States Alliance (AES), comprising Burkina Faso, Niger, and Mali, is gaining momentum.


Led by Presidents Ibrahim Traoré, Assimi Goïta, and Abdourahamane Tiani, these nations have made significant strides in their fight against terrorism.


Joint military operations have yielded unprecedented victories, gradually diminishing the terrorist threat in the region.


The military coordination among Burkina Faso, Niger, and Mali has reshaped the security landscape of the Sahel.


The success of these operations highlights an effective synergy and a steadfast commitment to eradicating terrorist groups.


Recent triumphs on the battlefield underscore the determination and capability of AES armed forces to restore peace and security.


Extraordinary summit in Niamey: Pivotal decisions ahead


An extraordinary summit of the AES will take place tomorrow in Niamey, Niger. This gathering of the three heads of state is crucial for the future of the alliance.


Major decisions are anticipated to further strengthen cooperation and improve the welfare of AES populations.


The agenda will likely include discussions on economic initiatives, infrastructure development projects, and strategies to consolidate recent military successes.


The commitment of Presidents Traoré, Goïta, and Tiani extends beyond the military sphere.


They are also focusing on the socio-economic development of their countries.


Initiatives to enhance education, healthcare, and access to essential services will likely be discussed at this summit, showcasing their dedication to ensuring a better future for their citizens.




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