Mon, 20 Jan 2020 11:57 - Updated Mon, 20 Jan 2020 11:57
UK: London open to Africa
London - London city will be at the center of the global spotlight this Monday with the holding of a mega event that promises to re-launch the strategic partnership between the United Kingdom and African countries.
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Throughout the day, political leaders of Africa will discuss with the UK authorities new forms of investment.
The discussion will run within the framework of a European country's diplomatic policy, which places the "cradle continent" at the center of their priorities.
This Monday, as has become a habit for hundreds of years, various peoples and cultures will converge in London, the venue of the United Kingdom-Africa Investment Summit, which is likely the last major event held by this country before the accomplishment of Brexit.
London thus opens its doors to Africa, a long-standing partner, which has now the guarantees of a more effective investment by the UK authorities.
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