In a written statement from the ministry, it was noted that all development aid and budgetary support to Burkina Faso was suspended until further notice.
According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 13 million euros in budgetary aid was planned for Burkina Faso last year, with the total amount of French development assistance to this country amounting to 482 million euros.
Burkina Faso, which experienced two military coups last year, one in January and the other in September, demanded the departure of French soldiers in the country within the scope of Operation Saber in January this year.
France had agreed to withdraw its troops, but continued with development aid and budgetary support.
Burkina Faso recently announced its support for the military junta in Mali and Niger.
On July 30, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) gave the military junta in Niger one week to release President Mohammed Bazum and return to duty.
ECOWAS had announced that they would consider every option, including military intervention, if their demands were not met during this time.
Burkina Faso and Mali also warned ECOWAS that military intervention in Niger would mean waging war on them.
France suspended all financial aid to Niger, which was seized by the military on 26 July, on 29 July.
coup in Niger
In Niger, President Mohammed Bazum was detained by elements of the Presidential Guard Regiment on July 26, and that evening the military announced that he had seized power.
General Abdurrahmane (Omar) Tchiani, Commander of the Presidential Guard Regiment, assumed the leadership of the National Council for the Protection of the Homeland (CNSP) junta on July 28 and became the head of the transitional government.