In recent days, political attention is entirely focused on the consultations of President Draghi, who is committed to finding the synthesis (an expression that has recently become very popular) between the various parliamentary forces to form a government.
However, the most urgent commitment that the now imminent Draghi government will have to face in the coming weeks will be the launch of the mission Takuba in the Sahel. In fact, in mid-March, the sending of 200 Italian soldiers – including special forces and support units with helicopters and vehicles – will begin in Mali (but the operations will also be extended to other countries in the region), with the aim of fighting the groups of tuareg jihadists.
In recent days, a detachment of special forces sent back from Mali to carry out a reconnaissance in the field. Läs artikel