President Paul Kagame, with other African Heads of state and Government, are attending the US-Africa Summit for three days in Washington.
Approximately 50 African leaders will be attending this summit. Talking about the cooperation between USA and Africa
Beginning on Tuesday, the three-day summit will focus on key challenges, including the climate crisis, good governance, food security, and global health, as well as bolstering US-Africa trade and investment opportunities.
The second edition of the summit, hosted by President Joe Biden, comes at a time when Africa is emerging as the world's next great economic giant.
As Africa boasts the world's fastest-increasing internet user population and is a leader in dynamic ICT advancements.
“The African digital ecosystem presents a unique and urgent opportunity to accelerate African growth while expanding opportunities for U.S. companies and the application of U.S. expertise,” organizers said.
The US-Africa Summit aims to boost trade links, expand market activity between the United States and African countries, address economic policy barriers and possibilities, and ensure that such a new phase proceeds with maximum social and economic impact for all.