WASHINGTON – United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will most likely take his very first formal journey to Africa in between March 6 and 13, bring him to 5 regions by having the goal of “strengthening” relationships with the African country.
Throughout the tour, Rex Tillerson will likely go to N’Djamena (Chad), Djibouti (Republic of Djibouti), Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), Nairobi (Kenya) as well as Abuja (Nigeria), wherein he prepares to meet along with the leadership from the African Union (AU), revealed State Dept spokesperson Heather Nauert.
“The goal is to deepen our relationship with African governments and peoples. Specifically, (Rex Tillerson) plans to address ways of collaborating with our partners in the fight against terrorism, fostering peace and security in the region, promoting good governance and achieving trade and economic agreements, “the spokesperson explained.
In the course of the initial excursion to Africa, being head of United States Foreign Affairs, Tillerson intends to go to different functions organized with a variety of AMERICA embassies within the territory.
Around November, Tillerson embraced commissioners coming from 37 nations, participating in the African ministerial gathering within the USA, synchronising with a visit through the African Union envoy to Washington.