The United States has announced that it will freeze economic and security assistance to Niger if the country fails to restore its president following a military coup earlier this week. This was stated by Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
The military coup in Niger has caused concern among the international community, with many calling for the restoration of the democratically elected government. The US has taken a strong stance on the issue, stating that it will not provide assistance to Niger until the situation is resolved.
The freezing of economic and security assistance could have significant consequences for Niger, as the country relies on foreign aid to support its development. It is hoped that the situation will be resolved quickly and that the democratically elected government will be restored.
The international community continues to monitor the situation in Niger closely, with many calling for a peaceful resolution to the crisis. The US has made it clear that it stands with the people of Niger and supports their right to democratic governance.
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