caveat. US Secretary of State Anthony Brinken used a virtual meeting to urge Africans to “keep their eyes open.”
largeThe confrontation between China and the United States is being carried out openly in Africa. This message from the U.S. Secretary of State to young Africans studying in the United States is proof. Speaking of the Kingdom of the Middle East, Anthony Brinken said that he hoped that African countries would “keep their eyes open” to deal with relations with other countries. The Secretary of State spoke in discussions with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari and his Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, which was actually organized as a result of the pandemic.
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He said: “We are not asking anyone to choose between the United States or China, but I encourage you to ask yourself an angry question, ask for transparency, and make an informed decision about what is best for you and your country.” And continue: “Are you asking when other countries will come to build large infrastructure projects, will they bring their own workers, or are they offering jobs to citizens of the countries where these investments are made? Continuing his momentum, he is worried that many countries are in After obtaining Chinese loans, Zambia was still suffering from unsustainable debts, and Zambia became the first African economy to default during the health crisis. The head of American foreign affairs assured that: “We believe in Africa, and we are confident in its huge potential. “Your success is our success, and we hope to invest in it in the right way. In the face of growing pressure from China, he urged caution and promised that the United States will participate more in the continent.
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The words confirmed President Biden’s commitment to strengthen the partnership with Africa. He intends to drastically change the policies of his predecessor Donald Trump, who is the only president who has not visited Africa during his tenure in the United States. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari communicated with the U.S. Secretary of State and thanked Joe Biden for lifting the visa restrictions for his own nationals to the United States. He also pledged to strengthen the partnership with the United States in the security field, especially in the Sahel.
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