France: ready to respond to new tensions that will harm our assets in Niger

In a statement made by the French General Staff, it was stated that French soldiers in Niger were “ready to respond to any new tensions” that would harm French military assets and diplomatic missions in that country.

The military administration in Niger announced yesterday that the immunity of French Ambassador to Niamey, Sylvain Itte, which he gave 48 hours to leave the country on August 25, but did not leave the country, was lifted and he would be deported.

French President Emmanuel Macron, in his statement at the 29th Ambassadors Conference in Paris on August 28, used the phrase “Despite the pressures of the putschists, our Ambassador will remain in Niamey”.

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