The head of the AU Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, stated that the African Union’s admission into the G20 on Saturday will enable the continent to provide “its effective contribution” to aiding the globe in addressing global concerns.
“I applaud the African Union’s admission as a full member of the G20. He posted on X, now known as Twitter, saying, “This membership, for which we have long advocated, will provide a propitious framework for amplifying advocacy in favour of the continent and its effective contribution to meeting global challenges.
“At full strength, the African Union has 55 members; however, six countries ruled by juntas are presently suspended. With almost 1.4 billion inhabitants, it has a $3 trillion GDP overall.Known as the G20, the alliance included of 19 nations and the European Union, accounting for 85% of the global gross domestic product.
The only other member state on the continent was South Africa. “As a continent, we look forward to further advancing our aspirations on the global stage using the G20 platform,” Nigerian President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, who is attending the conference, tweeted on X, formerly known as Twitter.
My Husband’s Killers Told Me He Got What He Deserved.0%The action will “give African interests and perspectives voice and visibility in this important body,” according to Kenyan President William Ruto.
“A seat will enable Africa to shape the G20’s choices to guarantee the continent’s interests are promoted, especially as the continent is positioned to grow in the future years,” the speaker stated.
“One thing that AU will advance is the outcome of the recently concluded Africa Climate Summit, which includes fundamental reforms of international financial institutions and multilateral development banks,” he continued.