It announced on Thursday that it had attacked the stream of vehicles several times this week in conjunction with Chad's armed forces.
The strikes, which started on Sunday, come as Chadian rebels have increased their activities in southern Libya since vowing last year to overthrow President Idriss Deby.
PARIS (Reuters) - France warned its citizens in Chad on Thursday to be extra vigilant after its fighter jets struck a heavily-armed rebel convoy that crossed last week from southern Libya aiming to destabilise President Idriss Deby.
N’Djamena, Chad | AFP | Chadian President Idriss Deby on Thursday said a column of rebels which had sought to cross into the country from Libya had been “destroyed” in a series of strikes carried out by French warplanes.
Eduard Basurin, a senior rebel representative, told AFP news agency on Saturday that four fighters were killed by Ukrainian forces on Friday in the south of the Donetsk region.
The French army says airstrikes have destroyed some 20 pickup trucks in an armed column that had made its way from Libya deep into neighbouring Chad and ignored three days of warning strikes.
Suspected Boko Haram rebels have attacked the convoy of the governor of Nigeria's Borno state in the country's northeast and killed at least three people, officials said.