§ Mr. Bottomley
I can only answer for Commonwealth countries in Africa.
The most general form of military aid to Commonwealth countries in Africa is attributable to loan of military personnel to these countries for which the C.R.O. pays about half the cost and the receiving country pays the other half. In some cases also the C.R.O. pays for the tuition fees of the Commonwealth military students in the United Kingdom. The estimated cost to the United Kingdom of such loans and military training in Africa in 1965–66 is about £1.45 million.
The only other form of military aid to an African Commonwealth country is £2.6 million to Kenya as part of the Independence settlement.