Entre Lomé et Ouagadougou, le trajet pour les commionneurs se fait en trois jours contre six par le passé
Attendees of 2018 African Development Bank Annual Meetings in Busan, Republic of Korea, gathered at the Busan Cinema Center. Dignitaries including Bank President Akinwumi A. Adesina; Park Jaemin, Acting Mayor of Busan Metropolitan City; and Ko Hyoung-kwon, First Vice-Minister of Strategy and Finance, Republic of Korea, enjoyed performances by Korean and African artists.
Guests enjoyed a wide range of Korean cuisine – rice, meat, seafood, soups, and seasoned and pickled vegetables.
African Development Bank President Akinwumi Adesina closed the Bank’s 53rd Annual Meetings in Busan, Republic of Korea. He emphasized that the process of industrializing Africa must be a practical venture that can be achieved with good planning.
He observed that many key lessons emerged during the meetings and many agreements were reached, including one on preparing young Africans for the jobs of the future. He also emphasized the need to accelerate private-sector investment in Africa.
Cars, trucks and pedestrians plied the new bridge linking the Gambia and Senegal Thursday, ushering in a new era of connectivity and integration for the two West African nations.
A Mozambican delegation headed by Economy Minister Adriano Maleiane participated in the African Development Bank’s Annual Meetings in Busan, Korea, a key conference on economic affairs for the continent at which Finance Ministers from the Bank’s 80 Member States meet with academics, development partners and civil society organizations.