Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with several African leaders in Moscow next week to discuss the situation in Ukraine, the Kremlin announced on Wednesday. The meeting, which will take place on August 2, will include the presidents of South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia and Egypt, as well as the chairperson of the African Union Commission.
According to the Kremlin, the meeting will focus on “the development of multifaceted cooperation between Russia and Africa, as well as current regional and international issues, including the settlement of the Ukrainian crisis”. The Kremlin added that Putin and the African leaders will also exchange views on “the prospects for enhancing the role of Africa in the global political and economic arena”.
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