Cape Verde’s President calls for a “global agenda” to resolve crises in West Africa

Cape Verdean President José Maria Neves considered this Wednesday August 2 that the solution to solve the problems of African states is not a military coup and calls for a “global agenda” to manage other crises in West Africa.
For the President, “the contextual complexity and the multiplicity of crises in West Africa demand a global agenda that calls for the cooperation of other institutions such as the United Nations and the African Union”.
In a message on his Facebook page, José Maria Neves “strongly” condemned the constitutional breakdown in Niger, considering that it is “essential to ensure a return to constitutional order”.
According to the President, “the crisis in Niger and in the other countries of the region will only be resolved through political-diplomatic means”. “It is necessary to mobilize all diplomatic resources and seek solutions to the crisis through negotiations, intense negotiations!”, recommended José Maria Neves.

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