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U.S. threats led to rupture of vital military ties, Nigerien leader says

  • Junta-Led Niger ended military ties with the U.S. In March due to threatened sanctions, according to Prime Minister Ali Mahaman Lamine Zeine's Washington Post interview.
  • Niamey canceled a military cooperation agreement with the U.S. In mid-March after a U.S. Delegation departed the Sahelian country.
  • Zeine revealed that Assistant Secretary of State Molly Phee warned of sanctions if Niger sold uranium to Iran, prompting Zeine to express disapproval of Phee's actions.
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