August 6, 2014

Moral Obligation to Support Africa

Pres. Barack Obama, Sacramento Bee

The Associated Press

A new Africa is emerging. Africans like that young man from Senegal are looking for partners to join with them in realizing the progress they seek. This week I’m making it clear that they will find no better friend than the United States, because Africa’s success will mean greater security and prosperity for all our nations for decades to come.

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TAGGED: Africa, Barack Obama, United States

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