18 April 2014

Central Africa: Secretary-General Defends Redynamization of Eccas

Luanda — The redynamization of the Economic Community of the Central Africa States (ECCAS) is one of the priorities of the current Secretary-General of this organization.

This was said to the press by the Secretary-General of ECAAS himself, the Sudanese Ahmad Allam - Mi, at bthe end of the audience granted by the Angolan Foreign Affairs minister, George Rebelo Pinto Chicoty.

Ahmad Allam -Mi stressed that redynamization of ECCAS is due to the fact that the organization very far from what it should be.

According him, a reform project of the organization is being worked out and it will be presented and debated in the next summit of the Heads of State and Government of ECCAS.

"Angola is a very important country for the organization, as member state of this community, I hope that Angola plays its true role of leadership in ECCAS member countries", he said.

So, the official expressed his satisfaction at the meeting with the Angolan minister, saying that as Secretary General of ECAAS he hopes to work hard so as to reverse the current situation of the community.

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