Witnesses who testified before the Paris Circuit Court on April 6 (Tuesday) and April 7 (Wednesday) reported that the French authorities had vainly intercepted the Belarusian authorities in Togo.
However, this information is not an ordinary letter, and one of the letters is sometimes foolishly lost in the process, so the expected response is never provided in return. The diplomatic cable written at the French Embassy in Togo on November 16, 2004 was neither urgent nor serious. He informed that ten days ago he had arrested mercenaries who may be involved in the bombing of Bouaké, the French base in Côte d’Ivoire. The attack claimed the lives of 9 French soldiers (plus an American civilian) and wounded 38 others.
The recipients of encrypted mail belong to the highest civil and military fields in France. However, the on-site hearing witnesses who testified before the Paris Circuit Court before April 6 (Tuesday) and April 7 (Wednesday), the trial of the Bouaké bombing case lasted until April 16, and there were no three defendants-one A Belarusian pilot and two Ivorians. Soldiers-people want to know if the telegram has arrived. Of course it is an illusion. But we still don’t know who answered, by what method and what instructions were passed.
Those who wrote it remember that day. Claude Taxis is in a good position to talk about this issue. The retired department commissioner served as an internal security commissioner at the Lomé Embassy in France. He has square shoulders, cut pepper and salt hair into a brush, and has clear verbs. He also served as a technical adviser to François Boko, the Minister of the Interior of Togo.
Therefore, for him, the minister called him on the morning of November 16, 2004, and provided him with information he thought was decisive: a few hours ago, a minibus was intercepted on the border between Togo and Ghana Eight Belarusians and two Côte d’Ivoires said they were unlikely “Agricultural Technician”. “The minister asked if we were interested in retrieving them because his instinct was that these people were probably the perpetrators of the attack. [aérienne de Bouaké] », Remember the former director.
This one “intuition” Not without basis. Ten days ago, fifteen Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian national technicians responsible for maintaining the Russian aircraft and helicopters of the Ivorian army were detained by French soldiers, who attacked and took control of the airport. Bouaké bombed. After taking pictures and identification, these technicians were released a few days later. “They are not prisoners of war and have not been interrogated by specialized personnel.”A few months after the Bouaké tragedy, General Michel Masson, who was appointed the head of the Military Intelligence Unit (DRM), spoke in a bar.
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