In a written statement from the APF, it was stated that the memberships of Chad, Guinea and Tunisia were suspended due to the political developments in the countries.
In the statement, it was emphasized that the parliamentary system should be supported in order to re-establish the democratic constitutional order.
Headquartered in Paris, APF has 56 French-speaking member countries. APF aims to develop cooperation and solidarity among member countries.
On the other hand, in the statement made yesterday by the International Francophone Organization, it was announced that the International Francophonie Summit, which was planned to be held on 20-21 November 2021 in Djerba, Tunisia, was postponed for one year in order to hold it in “better conditions”.