WEST AFRICA

Swiss NGO Coginta facilitates deployment of Delair drones against Boko Haram

A DT-26 intelligence drone sold by Delair in 2019 to the Niger National Guard.
A DT-26 intelligence drone sold by Delair in 2019 to the Niger National Guard. © Delair
The military contingents of Niger, Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon deployed within the Multinational Joint Task Force are to receive a dozen intelligence-gathering drones from the French firm Delair. The project is being overseen by Coginta, an NGO active in supporting security initiatives in West Africa. [...] (466 words)
Issue dated 02/06/2022 Reading time 2 minutes
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