The United States administration's top diplomat for African affairs, Assistant Secretary of State Tibor Nagy, will soon make his first trip to the continent since his appointment. Between November 1 and 10, he will visit Lomé, Togo; Conakry, Guinea; Bamako, Mali; and Abuja, Nigeria. This week he held a teleconference from Washington, DC with African journalists.
Foreign Investment Key to Prosperity - U.S. Diplomat Nagy
allAfrica, 25 October 2018
The American administration's top diplomat for African affairs, Assistant Secretary of State Tibor P Nagy, Jr, will soon make his first trip to the continent since his appointment.… Read more »
Assistant Secretary of State Tibor Nagy speaks at the Africa Braintrust 2018.
US Diplomat Optimistic of Zim Economic Rebirth
The Herald, 25 October 2018
A Top United States diplomat has expressed optimism about Zimbabwe's prospects of turning around its economy in the wake of reforms being implemented by President Mnangagwa's… Read more »
U.S. Envoy to Visit Nigeria, Three Other African Countries
Premium Times, 22 October 2018
American Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of African Affairs, Tibor Nagy, is expected to visit Nigeria and five other countries on promoting stronger trade and commercial ties… Read more »
Address by Assistant Secretary Nagy to "Africa Braintrust' Conference
State Department, 14 September 2018
Representative Bass, distinguished guests, scholars, colleagues, and friends. I’m honored to be in the company of so many friends of Africa. Read more »
America's New Africa Chief Inherits a Rudderless Ship
ISS, 23 August 2018
It took 18 months but US President Donald Trump has finally appointed someone permanent to run the Africa division in the State Department. Some experts believe the White House has… Read more »
The United States is the ideal partner for supporting Africans in building and strengthening democratic institutions and the type of business environments which attract investment ... Read more »
The top Africa official in the Trump administration says he is an 'Afro-optimist'. In his fist interview since assuming office last month as Assistant Secretary of State for ... Read more »
A career diplomat who was U.S. ambassador to Guinea and Ethiopia has been chosen for the top Africa policy post in the State Department. Although no White House announcement has ... Read more »
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