SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, SECURITY: TOWARDS A NEW COOPERATION BETWEEN AFRICA AND EUROPE

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Sassou N’Guesso Denis

by Denis Sassou N’Guesso

2013-12-04
 

Exactly ten years ago, in April 2003, we suggested the creation of a Pan-African Pact Against Aggression that would enable African  nations  to  cooperate  effectively  in  the  sphere  of  crisis prevention and management. A decade later, the time has come to take another step forward in taking control of our destiny, ensuring the development of our continent on the basis of a cooperation structure adapted to global changes as well as to Africa’s traditions, history and resources, while at the same time learning from our inadequacies.

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