The second day of EU leaders’ summit on Friday will give attention to relations with Africa.
“Right this moment, we’ll have the chance to deal with the worldwide relations, particularly our future relationship with Africa. In December, we’ll have in Brussels an essential assembly with the African Union,” Charles Michel, president of the European Council, stated in a doorstep assertion.
“Will probably be the event to resume our partnership and even our alliance with Africa, this alliance is pure for geographic cause, for historic causes, for cultural causes. There’s a big potential, if we take, along with the African leaders, the appropriate choices,” he added.
Leaders can even talk about COVID-19 pandemic, stated Michel, including the “regional cooperation and coordination on the stage of the heads of states and the heads of governments” between EU international locations might be strengthened.
EU leaders gathered in Brussels on Thursday for 2 days of discussions on a post-Brexit commerce settlement, the coronavirus pandemic, methods to deal with local weather change, sanctions on Russia and future relations with Africa.