BAKU, Azerbaijan, January 23. Foreign Ministry
of France forbids the nation’s Ambassador to Niger Sylvain Itte
from releasing a e-book describing President Emmanuel Macron’s fiasco
in Africa, sparking a brand new scandal, Trend experiences.
As French media stated, Itte has been in Paris since late December
as a result of, because of Macron’s insurance policies, Niger severed all ties
together with his nation, and the embassy itself was closed.
The diplomat wrote a e-book about occasions in Niger, however the
Secretary-General of the Foreign Ministry Ann-Marie Descôtes despatched a
threatening letter to the ambassador.
Thus, Macron, in a rustic that calls itself the “cradle of
democracy”, is overtly trying, on the state stage, to suppress
any statements about his fiasco in Africa.
Certainly, sooner or later somebody can even write about France’s
fiasco within the South Caucasus.
In late July 2023, a gaggle of army personnel from the
presidential guard in Niger staged a mutiny and declared the
removing of President Mohamed Bazoum from energy. To govern the
nation, the National Council for the Salvation of the Homeland was
shaped, led by the commander of the guard Abdurahman Tchiani.
One of the choices of the brand new authorities was the denunciation
of agreements with France concerning the deployment of a army
contingent in Niger to fight extremist teams. France started
withdrawing its troops from the African nation on October 10. At
that point, there have been about 1,400 French army personnel in
On December 4, Niger annulled its army cooperation with the
European Union, withdrawing its permission for the deployment of
the mission in Niamey.