UNGA: African leaders focus on food insecurity, climate change

[Africa Times - Africa] - 22/09/2022
African leaders speaking at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York laid out their case for how the destabilized global environment is impacting their nations, with food insecurity due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict a priority. The leaders of Ghana, Nigeria, and Rwanda were among (...)
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