South African President Ramafos chose President of the African Union for 2020

(Photo by © AP Photo / South African Government Communication and Information Services/Elmond Jiyane) The President of the Republic of South Africa, Cyril Ramafos, was chosen Chairman of the African Union for 2020, said Egyptian pioneer Abdel Fattah al-Sisi from the platform of a territorial association.

The head of Egypt on Sunday authoritatively turned into the executive of the African Union in 2019 after the end of the forces of Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame.

«I truly salute my sibling, Mr. Leader of the Republic of South Africa, on the event of his race as executive of the African Union in 2020,» said al-Sisi.

The two-day summit of the African Union part states began on Sunday in Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia.

This year the 32nd summit is dedicated to a standout amongst the most intense themes confronting the African mainland — the issue of outcasts and inside dislodged people.

Notwithstanding issues identified with outcasts, African pioneers will focus on the essential strides to execute a long haul improvement system for the African mainland until 2063, just as undertakings on territorial combination and advancement. Among the themes talked about is the usage of a venture to make a typical free market for Africa.

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