May 26, 2019
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From seeking help in fighting terror group Al Shabab to inviting India to do business in diamonds; African leaders discussed a wide range of issues with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the third India-Africa Forum Summit. Mali President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita invited Modi to visit his country and told him that he will personally take him to Timbuktu, which he said was a heritage site that faced the threat of being destroyed by extremist groups. Stating that his country was badly affected by terrorism, he sought India’s cooperation in counter-terrorism. .....Read More

India-Africa Relations: The Next Phase

The Heads of State and Government and Heads of Delegations of Africa, representing the Continent, the African Union and the Regional Economic Communities (RECs), along with the Prime Minister of the Republic of India, noting with satisfaction the progress made in the implementation of the Africa-India Framework of Cooperation and its Plan of Action of March 2010, and agreeing to give additional substance to the partnership and to widen its scope, decide to adopt this Framework for Enhanced Cooperation between Africa and India. .....Read More