On October 31, Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi asked the European Union (EU) for support in arms to combat terrorism in Cabo Delgado.
"That support to Mozambique is not limited only to non-lethal [equipment]," given the need to make "the Defence and Security Forces robust for combative intervention," Nyusi asked on the sidelines of the opening of the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly meeting in the Mozambican capital for three days.
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