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- Published on Saturday, 07 February 2015 09:16
PARIS (France)- Minister for Maghreb and African Affairs Abdelkader Messahel held Friday, in Paris, talks with French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Laurent Fabius on the sidelined of the French African forum on “inclusive growth.”
In a statement at the end of these talks, Messahel emphasized the importance of the inclusive growth in Africa, while pointing out that this issue “is included in the objectives 2063, announced in the last African Union Summit, and constituting one of the mobilizing motives of Africa.”
He also added that the economic side has a “significant proportion,” in this French-African relation, because, he added, of the potential of the African continent.
For his part, Fabius highlighted Africa’s economic potentialities, calling for an “equal partnership between the two sides.”