Trump tells African leaders he 'deeply respects' their people

Posted February 01, 2018

Kuang Weilin, the Chinese ambassador to the AU, told reporters in Ethiopia the "absurd" claim in France's Le Monde was "very hard to understand".

However, this morning the Angolan President participated in some plenary sessions of the 30th Session of the AU Heads of State and Government, which analyzed a number of reports, with emphasis on Peace and Security.

The Chinese have reacted with outrage over allegations that they have been spying on African Union meetings.

A spokeswoman for China's foreign ministry said the Le Monde report was based on "groundless accusations".

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The French newspaper Le Monde said China had bugged the building it had built and gifted to the AU in 2012 and had been downloading data from servers in the building.

The AU has declined to respond to the story.

The AU servers were changed in 2017, when this system flaw was discovered, and a new IT architecture was deployed.

U.S. President Donald Trump in a new letter to African leaders says he "deeply respects" the people of Africa and that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will make an "extended visit" to the continent in March, his first in that role.

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It was earlier reported that 23 African countries including Nigeria sealed a deal to operate a single air aviation market.

Rather than issuing an angry condemnation of 's reported comments in which he likened Africa to a filthy toilet, the may decide to follow the advice of its new chairman, Rwandan President Paul Kagame, to deal with the USA president as the leader of a country elected by his people.

According to the Associated Press, Trump stated that he "profoundly respects the people of Africa".

"I don't think spying is the speciality of the Chinese".

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"Our soldiers are fighting side-by-side to defeat terrorists", he said, and "we are working together to increase free, fair and reciprocal trade". "But I will not have been anxious about being spied on in this building". The previous week he said "Africa can not keep quiet" about 's "shocking" remarks. His only concern, he said, was that the AU should have built its own headquarters, instead of China. I hope within this week, you will hear from me on where we are.