ECOWAS Chiefs of Protection Employees to Maintain Assembly on State of affairs in Niger From August 2-4

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ECOWAS Chiefs of Protection Employees to Maintain Assembly on State of affairs in Niger From August 2-4

ECOWAS Chiefs of Protection Employees to Maintain Assembly on State of affairs in Niger From August 2-4

The Committee of Chiefs of Protection Employees of the Financial Group of West African States (ECOWAS) will maintain a rare assembly on the scenario in Niger from August 2-4, ECOWAS stated on Tuesday.

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“The Committee of Chiefs of Defence Employees (CCDS) of the Financial Group of West African States (ECOWAS) will meet in Abuja from August 2nd to 4th, 2023 on the political scenario within the Republic of Niger,” the group stated on Twitter. On July 26, members of the Nigerien presidential guard stated in an announcement broadcast on nationwide tv that they’d overthrown President Mohamed Bazoum, closed the borders and imposed a curfew within the nation “till additional discover.” The guard’s commander, Abdourahmane Tchiani, has since proclaimed himself the nation’s new chief. On Sunday, ECOWAS gave Niger’s coup leaders one week to reinstate the detained president or it could use “all measures,” together with army, to revive order within the African nation. Furthermore, ECOWAS suspended all monetary assist to Niger, froze the belongings of the rebels, their households and supporters, and imposed a ban on industrial flights to and from the nation. France and the European Union selected Tuesday to evacuate its residents.

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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The Committee of Chiefs of Protection Employees of the Financial Group of West African States (ECOWAS) will maintain a rare assembly on the scenario in Niger from August 2-4, ECOWAS stated on Tuesday.

“The Committee of Chiefs of Defence Employees (CCDS) of the Financial Group of West African States (ECOWAS) will meet in Abuja from August 2nd to 4th, 2023 on the political scenario within the Republic of Niger,” the group stated on Twitter.

On July 26, members of the Nigerien presidential guard stated in an announcement broadcast on nationwide tv that they’d overthrown President Mohamed Bazoum, closed the borders and imposed a curfew within the nation “till additional discover.”

The guard’s commander, Abdourahmane Tchiani, has since proclaimed himself the nation’s new chief.

Protesters cheer Nigerien troops as they gather in front of the French Embassy in Niamey during a demonstration that followed a rally in support of Niger's junta in Niamey on July 30, 2023 - Sputnik International, 1920, 31.07.2023

Intervention in Niger Will Imply Declaration of Battle on Burkina Faso, Mali & Attainable ECOWAS Pullout

On Sunday, ECOWAS gave Niger’s coup leaders one week to reinstate the detained president or it could use “all measures,” together with army, to revive order within the African nation.

Furthermore, ECOWAS suspended all monetary assist to Niger, froze the belongings of the rebels, their households and supporters, and imposed a ban on industrial flights to and from the nation. France and the European Union selected Tuesday to evacuate its residents.


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