AU Executive Council approves budget for 2021

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Addis Ababa - The African Union Executive Council approved Wednesday the AU budget for 2021, estimated at USD 636.075 million

This was during a meeting held in virtual format, in which Angola was represented by  the minister of Foreign Affairs, Téte António.

The  participants  decided to use the evaluation scale for the regular budget for the contributions of Member States to the AU Fund for Peace.

In the Sub-Committees of the Executive Council, Angola is the second vice-president of the Bureau of the Ministerial Committee on the Scale of Contributions and Evaluation, under the chairmanship of Uganda.

Angola is the third vice-president of the Bureau of the Ministerial Committee on candidacies, chaired by Tunisia.
 

As part of the applications for the International System, Africa is running for the post of Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO), through Nigeria.


 

This was during a meeting held in virtual format, in which Angola was represented by  the minister of Foreign Affairs, Téte António.

The  participants  decided to use the evaluation scale for the regular budget for the contributions of Member States to the AU Fund for Peace.

In the Sub-Committees of the Executive Council, Angola is the second vice-president of the Bureau of the Ministerial Committee on the Scale of Contributions and Evaluation, under the chairmanship of Uganda.

Angola is the third vice-president of the Bureau of the Ministerial Committee on candidacies, chaired by Tunisia.
 

As part of the applications for the International System, Africa is running for the post of Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO), through Nigeria.