Sana’a warns France against military intervention in Niger
France has been forewarned against taking any military steps or intervening in the Republic of Niger by Mohammed Abdul-Salam, leader of the Sana’a delegation and spokesman for the Ansar Allah movement.
Sana’a – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
In a post on the “X” platform, Abdul Salam said that “any foreign military intervention in Niger is condemned and rejected,” pleading with France to “respect the will of the Nigerien people who aspire to freedom and sovereignty after decades of colonial plundering of the country’s wealth.”
The Nigerian people’s natural and lawful right to decide their own fate and establish an independent state was recognized by Sana’a through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs. According to it, the current circumstances are the outcome of “the struggles of the Nigerien people for their freedom, independence, and the restoration of all their rights.”