Rwandan soldiers patrolling in Afungi, near the TotalEnergies complex in Cabo Delgado, 22 September 2021.
Rwandan soldiers patrolling in Afungi, near the TotalEnergies complex in Cabo Delgado, 22 September 2021. © Simon Wohlfahrt/AFP
Rwanda's intervention in Cabo Delgado should soon enable the French major TotalEnergies to resume its huge liquefied natural gas project in the region. But in the face of the rising mission costs, several options are on the table to support the Rwandan military effort financially. [...] (562 words)
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