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At UN, African leaders say enough is enough: They must be partnered with, not sidelined

  • African leaders, such as Kenyan President William Ruto and Nigerian leader Bola Tinubu, assert that Africa is no longer a victim and should be treated as a global power that wants to work with the international community for security and prosperity.
  • African leaders, including President Felix-Antoine Tshisekedi of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, argue against partnerships based on politically-oriented development aid and instead call for a more inclusive global financial system.
  • The African Union's G20 seat has given the continent a newfound boldness and recognition on the global stage.
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