Africa-Nordic Dialogue Focuses on Poverty Reduction

Poverty reduction, inequality and unemployment are expected to take a centre stage as the 14th session of the Africa-Nordic foreign ministers dialogue

Poverty reduction, inequality and unemployment are expected to take a centre stage as the 14th session of the Africa-Nordic foreign ministers dialogue enters its second and final day at Mookgopong in Limpopo. 

The forum, which was established in the year 2000, aims to establish new perspectives for the friendship, cooperation and solidarity that exists between various African countries and the Nordic countries. 

Addressing the conference, South Africa's international relations minister, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, challenged the Nordic countries which include Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, to be frank about any perceived economic growth challenge on the continent.

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Source: 
SABC News

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