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President Barack Obama looking ahead to the three day summit with the African leaders, an engagement longer than any US leader, Washington

President Barack Obama is looking ahead to the three day summit with the African leaders to work on their relationship in concerned with trade, development and security ties. The three day summit pulls attention on grounds that this would be the longest engagement with the African leaders by any US President. And also the fact that it comes after China overtook US being the largest trading partner with Africa for the last five years. However, US claims although Africa has now become a land of competition of most of the leading countries in the world it wants to work, strengthen and redefine its role with the continent in a way that would prove beneficial for both their economies and for their people. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV

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