‘……. democracy, sustainable peace and conflict prevention cannot be achieved if youth, who make up more than half of the population are left behind….’
Prof. Alpha Condé , President of Guinea Conakry and Chair of the African Union, was recently in China where he represented the continent at the Ninth BRICS summit and also took part in the China-Arab States Trade Fair. In the following exclusive interview with Cameroon Tribune, President Condé talks about China-Africa cooperation, relations with BRICS, reforming the AU, terrorism, illegal migration and a host other burning subjects.
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