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Russia-Africa summit to start on July, 27

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Russia-Africa summit to start on July, 27


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The dates of the 2nd Russia-Africa summit in St. Petersburg have been changed to July 27-28, this is confirmed by the forum's website. Earlier, the second summit and economic forum was scheduled for July 26-29, TASS reports.

For the first time, the event, which received a wide international recognition, was held on October 22-24, 2019 in Sochi. It was held under the motto "For peace, security and development." Preparations for the 2nd summit have been going on for many months.

In particular, events are held in Russia and African countries dedicated to this large-scale forum. In June, a media forum was held in Cairo, which brought together journalists from Russia and Egypt, where they discussed the development of the African media in the current conditions. The forum participants were introduced to the program of the Russia-Africa summit.

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