Trump Sending Tillerson on Africa Trip to Fix 'Shithole' Comments Row

Trump Sending Tillerson on Africa Trip to Fix 'Shithole' Comments Row

Trump Sending Tillerson on Africa Trip to Fix 'Shithole' Comments Row

The African Union advisory sent to reporters said the move is to see that the aviation industry plays a more prominent role in Africa's economy.

An article published Friday in Le Monde, quoting anonymous AU sources, reported that data from computers in the Chinese-built building had been transferred nightly to Chinese servers for five years.

According to a report by the Mail and Guardian, both newspapers in the United Kingdom, in January 2017, the information technology unit at the African Union's headquarters in Addis Ababa noticed something unusual, according to a stunning investigation in French newspaper Le Monde.

A spokeswoman for China's foreign ministry said the Le Monde report was based on "groundless accusations".

Ethiopian cyber security experts also removed microphones hidden in the desks and walls of the headquarters.

The leaders are discussing, among others, the report of the Chairperson of the AU Commission and the report on the implementation of the Assembly declarations, including that on the Single African Air Transport Market.

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"I want to underscore that the United States deeply respects the people of Africa, and my commitment to strong and respectful relationships with African nations as sovereign nations is firm", Trump wrote in the letter.

He attended the Board of Directors of the African Renewable Energy Initiative (AREI) chaired by the President of Guinea, Alpha Condé and presented the Bank's financial report as the fiduciary of AREI.

"As we speak, those receiving accolades as champions of anti corruption have not yet cleared the air on the leaked memo detailing underhand oil contracts to the tune of N9 trillion ($25billion dollars) at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and the Ministry of Petroleum Resources which are under President Buhari's direct supervision as minister". I don't think spying is the specialty of the Chinese, "Kagame told Reuters".

"Our soldiers are fighting side-by-side to defeat terrorists, and we are working together to increase free, fair and reciprocal trade", he said. The previous week he said "Africa can not keep quiet" about 's "shocking" remarks.

Kagame said his only concern was that the AU - not China - should have built its headquarters, according to Reuters.

"We have also facilitated humanitarian relief by securing the main supply routes to enable safe delivery of humanitarian assistance to most of the affected populations", the President added.

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