Global Cooperation to Combat Security Threats - Mauritanian Pres

The U.S.-Africa Summit offers an opportunity to increase the cooperation needed to more effectively combating terrorism and insecurity. That is the view expressed in a guest column by Mohamed Ould Abddel Aziz, president of Mauritania and current chair of the Africa Union, who is participating this week in the U.S.-Africa Summit.

President Mohamed Ould Abddel Aziz of Mauritania with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Linda Thomas-Greenfield with President Mohamed Ould Abddel Aziz of Mauritania

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