Turkey, Iran, and Morocco are competing with each other to play a role in Africa

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Turkey, Iran, and Morocco are competing with each other to play a role in Africa

Turkey, Iran, and Morocco are competing to play a role in Africa.

Following France’s forced retreat, the former colonial power from the volatile region of the Sahel in Africa, Turkey, Iran, and Morocco are striving to gain a larger economic and military presence in this region of Africa.

According to a French news agency, Turkey’s military equipment and Morocco’s development and infrastructure projects, along with Iran’s support for the military regimes in this region, which are struggling with financial shortages and the extremism of jihadist groups, are enticing.

Burkina Faso and Niger have experienced coups in the aftermath of the bloody uprisings of jihadist movements since 2020.

Their military rulers have since expanded beyond the broader West African bloc and established a common defense pact to combat jihadists.


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