Latest in Tag: AFRICAN UNION Highlight
Latest in Tag: AFRICAN UNION
African leaders discussed on Sunday the launch of a free trade zone, among other common issues
The Egyptian president is attempting to revive relations with Africa following missteps by previous officials
Crises, such as South Sudan, Somalia and Burundi, are clamoring for attention at the upcoming African Union summit. So, too is the thorny question of who should succeed Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as AU Commission chair.
The summit will be held from 10 to 18 July.
Egypt is currently heading the UNSC, will culminate events on Wednesday to celebrate Africa Day
The delegation is expected to announce Egypt’s membership in the African Union
At a meeting in The Hague, the African Union has been venting disillusionment with the ICC, the world’s only permanent war crimes court. Court officials say member states risk compromising the court’s integrity. “We have arrived at the conclusion that the International Criminal Court, whose establishment was strongly supported by Africa, is no longer a …
Al-Sisi met with more than 50 UN representatives
Prime minister discusses terrorism, women empowerment and climate change in the 25th African Union Summit in South Africa
Each year, the students get to choose a certain track, and over the course of a few months they learn all the basics about this specialty.
Al-Bashir, still avoiding an arrest warrant by the ICC, won with 94.5% in elections called ‘rigged’ by critics
Al-Bashir, still facing ICC arrest warrant, won 94.5% in elections called “rigged” by critics
As the Sudanese polling stations are about to close, a leaked paper by the AU sees the standards for free and fair elections as “not been satisfied”
Egyptian, Sudanese and Ethiopian ministers discuss the future implications of the Ethiopian dam in Khartoum
President attended AU’s opening session before urgent return to Cairo following North Sinai attacks
Foreign minister arrived in Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa to attend ministerial meetings as part of African Union’s 24th summit
Almost 70 organisations will monitor the integrity of the upcoming parliamentary elections
International community reiterates call for ceasefire, backs political dialogue
Move aims at countering terrorism, says Sedki Sobhi
Foreign minister discusses nuclear disarmament and regional issues on sidelines of UN General Assembly
Islamist dominated GNC appoint rival PM as international community calls for calm
Invitation comes after Egypt reinstated to the African Union
Duo to discuss bilateral relations, health of Sudanese president
The Egyptian president lauds his country’s progress following 30 June
Foreign minister targets African development cooperation
Talks with Algerian counterpart expected before visit to Equatorial Guinea
Foreign minister pushes for sustainable funding for Union activities and supports 2063 Plan
Foreign minister leads delegation to in first African Union activity since suspension lift
More than 10 years have passed since the Maputo Declaration, in which you, asAfrican leaders committed to allocating at least 10% of national budgets to agriculture and rural development – key sectors in the drive to cut poverty, build inclusive growth and strengthen food security and nutrition.
High-level AU panel for Egypt cites progress in recent months and presents recommendations in final report