Top U.S. Diplomat Talks Investment Ahead of Trip to Africa

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. 

Assistant Secretary of State Tibor Nagy speaks at the Africa Braintrust 2018.


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