Astana Hosts Africa Day Celebrations, Showcases Diversity – The Astana Times
Astana – Astana hosted Africa Day at the Radisson Hotel on 25 May, showcasing Africa’s diversity, cultural and economic potential. Celebration It was initiated by the embassies of South Africa, Libya, Morocco, Algeria and Egypt in Kazakhstan.
South African Ambassador Kitumtse Sepelo Thandeka Mathews launched Africa Day, this year marking the 60th anniversary of the creation of the African Union (AU).
African leaders gathered in Addis Ababa on May 25, 1963 to establish Organization of African Unity, which later transformed into AU This day came to be known as Africa Day.
Topics raised during the event included the economic potential of the African continent, food security, and Kazakh-African relations.
Yerlan Badoulet, director of the Islamic Organization for Food Security (IOFS), stressed the importance of establishing a food-secure sustainable system.
Sharing videos about the activities of IOFS, Badoulet said the organization aims to raise awareness about the bleak reality, drive initiatives for agrarian transformation, expand contacts and experience sharing in science, culture and education, and enhance capacity building There are priority areas for cooperation within
Ahmed Tejan Darmi, CEO of Consult Africa Investment Network, an agency providing investment consultancy in Africa, spoke about business opportunities on the continent.
“African countries are keen to create new jobs and opportunities for their citizens. We provide consultancy in infrastructure, telecommunications, hospitality and tourism. Africa is ready to do business with the world. Kazakhstan is an important step in this direction partner,” Darmee said.