Prime Minister holds several bilateral meetings with African leaders

Addis Ababa, July 04, 2017 (SPS) – Prime Minister Abdelkader Taleb Omar, has held several bilateral meetings at the African Summit convened in Addis Ababa with African Heads of State and Government under the theme “Harnessing the Demographic Dividend through Investments in Youth,” .

Prime Minister met with the president of Chad, Idris Debi; The Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegne, the Ghanaian President Nana Akufo Addo and the Algerian Prime Minister, Abdelmadjid Teboune.

The meetings broached the bilateral relations between the SADR and these countries, and the coordination of policies to support SADR within the African Union.

On the other hand, Abdelkader Taleb Omar has also held talks with the Vice-President of South Sudan, the Vice-President of Botswana, the Vice-President of Tanzania, the Nigerian Vice-President, Lesotho Prime Minister, Mozambique Prime Minister and several heads of African delegations.

He conveyed to the African personalities the latest political and diplomatic advances of the Saharawi cause in the continental and international sphere, as well as the serious repercussions of the Moroccan blockade of the efforts of the international community in the search for a way out of the conflict.

Prime Minister is accompanied by an important delegation, including Mhamed Jadad, coordinator with MINURSO and head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the SN, Mohamed Salem Ouldsalek Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hamdi Jalil Mayara Minister Delegate in Charge of African Affairs, Mahfuda Mohamed Rahal Minister of Social Affairs and Women's Empowerment, Abba Elhaisen, President of the Saharawi National Human Rights Commission, Laman Abali, Permanent Representative to the UA, Wadad Mustafa, Presidential Adviser and several officials of the SADR embassy in Ethiopia. SPS

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