Biden Anticipates Africa Tour In February If He Secures Second Term

Biden Anticipates Africa Tour In February If He Secures Second Term
Biden Anticipates Africa Tour In February If He Secures Second Term

President Joe Biden of the United States has revealed intentions for an African tour, aimed for February, conditional on his reelection in the forthcoming U.S. presidential election.

The announcement came during his reception of Kenyan President William Ruto at the White House, which included a series of meetings and an elaborate state dinner.

As a Democrat, Biden is gearing up for potential reelection battles, potentially against former President Trump, whom he overcame in the 2020 elections.

The bilateral discussions with President Ruto are expected to span a wide array of topics, including trade, debt relief, and international concerns revolving around Haiti, Ukraine, and Sudan, as elaborated by senior U.S. officials.

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Despite highlighting Africa’s strategic global significance, Biden has not yet made an official visit to the continent during his administration.

However, high-profile U.S. officials, such as Vice President Kamala Harris, have conducted visits to various African nations.

In conclusion, The U.S. President also mentioned the possibility of traveling to Angola in a November meeting with Angola’s President Joao Lourenco, although details regarding the timing remain unspecified.

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