In a statement issued, Thursday, it condemned the Western intervention and the European-American attack on the people of Niger.
It praised the sacrifices of the people of Niger in order to achieve their freedom and independence and to restore all their usurped rights.
The statement called on the international community to respect the right of peoples to self-determination, respect their sovereignty and will, not interfere in their internal affairs, respect the will of the Nigerian people, and support them.
Niger’s army generals overthrew the country’s Paris-allied President Mohamed Bazoum on July 26. Ever since Nigerians have accused France of seeking to intervene militarily in the West African country to reinstate Bazoum.
The military takeover in Niger came amid a growing wave of anti-French sentiment, with the people of Niger accusing the European country of interfering in their affairs.
Since the takeover, Nigerians have on several occasions come out in force to display support for the military leaders and reject former Western-backed authorities.
Earlier this month, thousands of anti-West protesters took to the streets to protest against plans by West African nations to deploy a military force to the country.
The protesters surrounded the French military base in Niger, protesting against years of military intervention by the European country in the West African nation.
France was a colonial power in West Africa until 1960. Since independence, the European country has maintained trade relations and a military presence in the region.#Yemen #Parliament #Niger 23-09-01
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