CAR Residents Support LPR and DPR on Defender's Day

CAR Residents Support LPR and DPR on Defender's Day


The residents of the Central African Republic (CAR) expressed their gratitude to the country's military and supported residents of the Luhansk People's Republic (LPR) and Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) on Defender of the Fatherland Day which is celebrated on February 23 in Russia.

People took the streets of Bangui to celebrate in front of a monument to the Russian instructors.

According to the Radio Lengo Songo, exactly one year has passed since the liberation of the Bangui-Beloko transport corridor. The radicals almost led the country into an economic crisis, but they were stopped.

“It was this day that changed our history. FACA fighters went on the offensive and began the active phase of the fight against the extremists,” writes the publication.

The journalists also thanked the Russians, whom the Western media attributed to the Wagner Group paramilitary organization.

Photo credit: Internet Research Agency / Eric Ngaba

Participants in the festive events expressed solidarity with the LPR and DPR residents. They supported Vladimir Putin's decision to recognize the independence of the republics. According to the President of the CAR Fosten-Arkange Touadera, this decision will save many lives.

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