President Kagame in Bamako for 27th France-Africa Summit

By IGIHE
On 14 January 2017 at 01:11

President Paul Kagame has arrived in Bamako, Mali to attend the 27th France-Africa Summit that brings together African and France heads of state and government to discuss issues related to cooperation and peace.
The meeting will be chaired by the president of Mali, Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta in collaboration with the president of France Republic, François Hollande.
The meeting has also been attended by African Union, Africa Development Bank, World Bank, IMF — International Monetary Fund, and (...)

President Paul Kagame has arrived in Bamako, Mali to attend the 27th France-Africa Summit that brings together African and France heads of state and government to discuss issues related to cooperation and peace.

The meeting will be chaired by the president of Mali, Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta in collaboration with the president of France Republic, François Hollande.

The meeting has also been attended by African Union, Africa Development Bank, World Bank, IMF — International Monetary Fund, and other Francophone countries.

President Kagame attended similar meeting in 2010 on the invitation of France president Nicolas Sarkozy.

France-Africa Summit is a ground upon which heads of states share ideas on various topics including politics, economy and security held once per two years in France or in one of the member states.


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Freddy 14-01-2017 à 03:28

Wonderful. Let’s spread our wings.

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