Biden announces a US-Africa summit next December in Washington

DrIn a press release, Joe Biden noted that this summit will listen “Highlighting the enduring commitment of the United States to Africa, emphasizing the importance of the US-Africa relationship, and increasing cooperation on shared global priorities.”.

This event is also an opportunity to Fostering Better New Economic Engagement, and Strengthening the United States and Africa’s Commitment to Democracy and Human RightsDon is.

“I look forward to working with African governments, civil society, diaspora communities in the United States, and the private sector.”

Joe Biden

Also among the stated goals are mitigating the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and future pandemics, promoting regional and global health, enhancing food security, promoting peace and security, responding to the climate crisis, and strengthening ties with the diaspora.

“I look forward to working with African governments, civil society, American diaspora communities, and the private sector to further advance our shared vision for the future of US-Africa relations.”said the tenant of the White House.

The US-Africa Business Summit holds its 14th sessione Edition from July 19 to 22 in Marrakech, on the initiative of the Corporate Council on Africa (CCA). This summit will be attended by a large US government delegation, African ministers, decision makers from US multinational corporations and the business community on the African continent.

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