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    What Will Sudan Gain from having a Russia Naval Base?

    "On July 1, 2021, the Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin submitted an agreement with the Republic of the Sudan to the State Duma for ratification to set up a logistics center in its territory for the Russian Navy. How long have negotiations been going on between the two countries on having Sudan accommodate a Russian military facility? Which states are putting up opposition to military cooperation between Russia and Sudan? How will the construction of a Russian naval base affect the development and prosperity of this North African country? Will the international balance of power in the Middle East change after this?"

    " Even back in 2015, former Sudanese President Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir expressed interest in a military partnership with Russia, since his plans included large-scale modernization work for the Sudanese army. Al-Bashir examined the option of providing Russia with a port on a gratuitous basis in exchange for deliveries of the latest armaments. However, al-Bashir’s plans were not destined to come true by virtue of the fact that in 2019 he lost power following a coup."

    " Russian-Sudanese negotiations about the logistics center’s location continued under the new head of state, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, who showed loyalty to the Kremlin’s policies just like his predecessor. However, the Sudanese political crisis has caused a significant slowdown to occur with the dialogue between the two countries. It was only in the first half of December 2020 that information came to light that the Russian Federation had signed an agreement with Sudan on operating a naval base for a 25-year time period."


    ............ https://journal-neo.org/2021/07/29/w...ia-naval-base/


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    Russia appears to be very interested in expansion once again.

    There is little to be gained by Russia in Sudan. There is little to be gained by Russia in Syria. It seems to be all about just stretching their influence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolina73 View Post
    Russia appears to be very interested in expansion once again.

    There is little to be gained by Russia in Sudan. There is little to be gained by Russia in Syria. It seems to be all about just stretching their influence.
    Only a complete idiot would equate the end of war/introduction of peace with "little to be gained" ....congratulations. Syria will only regain full peace when the last American thief is dragged to the Turkish border by the hair , and thrown out for good .
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    Quote Originally Posted by carolina73 View Post
    Russia appears to be very interested in expansion once again.

    There is little to be gained by Russia in Sudan. There is little to be gained by Russia in Syria. It seems to be all about just stretching their influence.
    ........plus , there's the added bonus of knowing that every country where the US is pushed out , increases their chances of becoming peaceful , avoiding war , and having their resources plundered by the US thieves .
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