Disinfo: Russia does not interfere in internal affairs of African states


Moscow does not interfere into politics, social programs and ideology of the internal political life of its customers and partners.


There is ample evidence of Russia’s involvement in the internal affairs of different states in Africa and the Middle East. For instance, Russian paramilitary organisation Wagner Group has been involved in military conflicts and civil unrest in Africa.

According to Bloomberg, the Wagner Group works in at least 10 African countries, such as Sudan, Central African Republic, Angola, and Zimbabwe. On Madagascar, the Group accompanied the Russian political experts who were advising some of the presidential candidates on general elections in 2018. Wagner Group also provides military assistance in exchange for access to mineral resources.


More on Wagner Group’s involvement is here and here.

Moreover, it is also a fact that Russia is involved in numerous conflicts around the world, from Syria to Ukraine.


  • Reported in: Issue 170
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 28/10/2019
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Africa, Middle East and Africa, Russia
  • Keywords: Middle East and North Africa, Russian expansionism, Africa
  • Outlet: RIA
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