African presidents and dictators have started to leave Washington, DC after attending the US - Africa Summit convened by US President Joe Biden. 50 invitees attended, including 49 African top leaders and the leader of African Union. As predicted, the summit focused on the partnership of the US with Africa, security, democracy in Africa, and the rising influence of other world powers, especially China, in Africa. Meanwhile, aside the event, comments by Rwanda's Paul Kagame warning the US leaders against bullying him on the case of Paul Rusesabagina have raised other African leaders' eyebrows.
African presidents and dictators have started to arrive in Washington, DC to attend the US - Africa Summit convened by US President Joe Biden. Close to 50 African leaders are expected in this one of the largest ever gatherings of African leaders in Washington. The latest US - Africa Summit was held in Washington in 2014, convened by forrmer President Barack Obama. The focus will be the partnership of the US with Africa, the deteriorating situation in the Great Lakes of Africa due to the conflict between the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), democracy in Africa, and the rising influence of other world powers, especially China, in Africa.
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