Wade, Kadhafi discuss 7th AU summit

Tripoli- Libya (PANA) -- Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade and Libyan leader Moammar Kadhafi have held talks here on issues on the agenda of the 7th African Union summit scheduled for 1-2 July in Banjul, the Gambian capital.
The Senegalese leader arrived here Wednesday en route home from official visits to China and Iran.
Wade is member of the Presidential Commission set up by the 5th AU summit held in Abuja, Nigeria to prepare implementation of the Libyan proposals on the creation of ministries within the Union, for the building of a United States of Africa.
The Libyan proposals concern the creation within the AU of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Defence, Foreign Trade, Transport and Communications.
According to a Libyan diplomatic source, the Libyan leader, who is the current chair of the Community of Sahelian Saharan States (CEN-SAD), also discussed progress of this regional organisation with President Wade, whose country is member of CEN-SAD.
General Moustapha Mohamed Kharroubi, member of the historic command of the Libyan revolution, met President Wade and his delegation on their arrival at Tripoli international airport.

29 june 2006 10:01:00




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