Mali in bitter Rows with France over security violations.

The west African country Mali’s ruling junta has said it was breaking off from its defense accords with France, condemning “flagrant violations” of its national sovereignty by the French troops there.

In a televised statement, spokesman Colonel Abdoulaye Maiga said in a televised statement on Monday. “For some time now, the government of the Republic of Mali notes with regret a profound deterioration in military cooperation with France.”

Following this move, Mali still faces serious militia attacks that undermine democracy in the west African nation and leave many questions than answers.

Maiga cited multiple instances of French forces having violated the country’s airspace.

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