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Germany Backs Africa’s Bid for a Permanent Seat on the Security Council

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Germany’s leader expressed his support for Africa try for A permanent seat on the United Nations Security Council.

Therefore, Germany supports these efforts for African permanent seats on Security Council,” said Chancellor Olaf Scholz during a meeting news Conference with Kenyan President William Ruto after a meeting to discuss deepening relations between the two countries countries. And we also support official seat for African Union within the Group of 20.

The statement represents a major boost to the African continent’s long-standing efforts to increase its representation on the international platform.

Africa has always stood up for Two permanent seats on the Council with veto powerUnder the pretext that current Old and unrepresentative structure of The geopolitical world reality.

The African Union was paying for Reformation of The UN Security Council, arguing that Africa, with With a population of one billion, they deserve greater representation on the world platform.

Schulz recognized the potential of Kenya youth population in meeting with Their representatives indicated play a key role in Driving innovation and economy growth And development.

Africa is the ‘younger’ continent with average age of Almost 19 years old. It was important for me to exchange ideas with young Kenyans today – an exciting conversation about climate protection, political participation and startup financing.”

Scholz said he was the same about Sudan concerned About the conflict that claimed hundreds of lives of Lives and displacement of thousands.

“We appreciate what Kenya has achieved in terms of mediation efforts. That’s very true with the situation in Sudan which is very disturbing to us And many others.

supported people of Sudan who It has been on Streets demand b move from military to civil government.

Battles between the Sudanese army and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces group he have left 550 at least people dead And more More than 4,900 injured since April 15th.

So the army and the RSF must end military struggle for power Which is hurting of the people of country, which leads to violence and destruction, there must be a transition to a civilian government, said Schulz.

Germany is committed to financing the expansion of Olkaria geothermal power plant in Kenya to increase its capacity in Green Energy Partnership.

The leaders said they were committed to working together to implement the Paris Agreement leading kenya to join Climate Club.

they also Discuss capacity expansion of TVET centers in Kenya, as well as export of Germany’s skilled labor.

Mitigation was also discussed of Immigration laws to enable Kenyans to find work in Germany. Germany will extend financial and technical support To the African Climate Action Summit to be held in Nairobi play to host in September.

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