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With a stalemate around Cuito Cuanavale in the south-eastern Angola , the Cuban interest moved to the far south-west. This occurred at Cahama and Xangongo with the construction being completed by early to late June. This Cuban plan would clash with the interests of South Africa in the region. During the first round tripartite talks in London on the 3 May, behind the scene talks between the military contingents of Cuba and South Africa was tense. They ran into an ambush with Cubans destroying or damaging four Casspirs.
The South Africans withdrew at dusk having lost seven men and one captured,  : Sergeant Johan Papenfus  : and failed to retrieve the fourth Casspir and its equipment. The Cubans were said to have lost forty five soldiers. Later that evening, a further three companies from and Battalions were sent forward to capture Donguena, but with Cuban tank positions south of the town, withdrew. On 16 May, two reconnaissance units were airlifted to an area south of Techipa and while the second landed close to Xangongo but on the western side of the Cunene River.
The first team was sent back in from the north of Techipa by vehicle, finding extensive trench systems around the town reminiscent of the same layered system around Cuito with vehicles, generators and radar systems and outposts at further distances south of the town.
A decision was then made to establish a new task force but it would only be in operation by early June, with a specific aim of protecting the water scheme at Calueque. An ambush by 32 Battalion was planned for 22 May. The plan called for a mortar attack on an outpost south of Techipa which would draw out the Cubans who would be then ambushed.
The Cubans eventually gave up the chase and the company was able to return to the mortar position in search of the missing vehicles but these had been removed by the Cubans. Following the bungled ambush of the 22 May, the Cubans analysed the intelligence gathered from the captured SADF vehicles. At the same time Castro planned an operation consisting of two parts. On 18 June, G-2 and G-5 batteries were in position and ready for use by the task force.