Tuesday, June 18, 2024
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In an effort to rekindle connections with a region that has recently been neglected in favour of other concerns, U.S. President Joe Biden said on Thursday that he would support the African Union becoming a permanent member of the G20 group of large economies. Speaking at a summit between American and African leaders, Biden stated that the US wants to boost cooperation across the board. According to Biden, “Africa belongs to the table in every room – in every room – where global challenges are being discussed, and in every institution where discussions are taking place,”.

According to Biden, “Africa belongs to the table in every room – in every room – where global challenges are being discussed, and in every institution where discussions are taking place,” There are 55 member states in the AU.

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