Advertisement

The World

Angolan guerrilla leader Jonas Savimbi said U.S. aid has begun arriving for his forces, who are fighting Angola’s Marxist government. Savimbi said the aid includes trucks, uniforms and medicine and that it would help repulse an expected May offensive by government forces and their Cuban allies. He refused to say whether he has also received Stinger anti-aircraft missiles reportedly promised him when he visited President Reagan in February.


Advertisement
Advertisement