The Global Military Expansion Policy is now in full swing, with various countries opening military bases abroad.
Here are the ten African countries with the most foreign military bases.
Djibouti is the country with the most foreign military bases. Djibouti is home to seven military bases, including the United States, China, France, Germany, Japan, Italy, and Saudi Arabia.
This West African country, takes the second spot. Mali is home to military bases from France, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Belgium.
This African country in the Sahara region ranks third, with four foreign military bases. Niger has France, Germany, Italy, and Belgium military bases.
In the fourth position, Libya with four foreign military bases.
This country is a home of military bases from Russia, Turkey, Italy, and the United Arab Emirates have military bases in this North African country (UAE).
This country on the Indian Ocean’s east coast is home to three military bases, including those of the United States, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The United States and the United Kingdom both have military bases in this East African country.
This horn of Africa country is making it to the seventh position. Eritrea is home to Israeli and the United Arab Emirates military bases (UAE).
The central African Republic
This country is coming to 8th place. CAR has US and Russian military bases.
The ninth position on the list of ten African countries with the most foreign military bases is located off the coast of East Africa, northeast of Madagascar. Seychelles is home to the US and Indian military bases.
Senegal, with two foreign military bases, rounds out the top ten. The United States and France are both present in this West African country.