South Africa’s President Pulls Out Of The European Union Africa Summit


    South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has pulled out of the European Union-Africa summit that is holding in Brussels. Zuma is accusing the EU of treating African leaders as subjects by deciding who should attend.  His decision follows that of Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe who recently said he boycott the summit, because his wife Grace had been denied a visa. It has taken about six months to organise a detailed agenda for the summit that covers issues including migration, trade and aid for peacekeeping.

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