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France Says Withdrawing Envoy From Niger, Military Cooperation With Niamey Over


France’s President Emmanuel Macron says Paris is imminently withdrawing its ambassador from Niger followed by its troops, putting an end to military cooperation with Niamey. “France has decided to withdraw its ambassador. In the next hours our ambassador and several diplomats will return to France, And we will put an end to our military cooperation with the current Niger authorities…,” Macron told France-2 television in an interview on Sunday. Emphasizing that military cooperation between the two countries is finished, he noted that around 1,500 French troops in Niger will leave in “the months and weeks to come” with a full…

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