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A turning point for Africa, which began with the advent of the
millennium, characterized by our renewed determination to put
end wars and conflicts, strengthen shared prosperity, strengthen shared prosperity, and
integrate, to build a reactive and democratic governance and
to put an end to the marginalisation of the continent, through the adoption of the
New Partnership for Africa's Development (NEPAD) and the
transformation of the OAU into the African Union.

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The sustainability of the pan-African vision and project that guided the
struggles of the peoples of Africa and their descendants against slavery,
colonialism, apartheid and racial discrimination, commitment
of the founders of the Organization of African Unity (OAU) in
self-determination, integration, solidarity and unity, and which constitutes
today the backdrop of rebirth, transformation and
the integration of Africa.

July 1, 2019 13:49

Reaffirm that Agenda 2063 is based on the achievements and challenges of the
and takes into account the context and trends at the continental level
and global, in which Africa is transforming itself, in particular:

July 1, 2019 13:48

Having taken note of the aspirations and determination of the African peoples
above, and reiterating our common interests expressed through
these aspirations.
Having taken note of the aspirations and determination of the African peoples
above, and reiterating our common interests expressed through
these aspirations.

July 1, 2019 13:47

are determined to do so by strengthening our common perspectives
in terms of partnerships and by speaking with one voice in terms of its
priorities and views on issues of global importance.

July 1, 2019 13:47

Africa is evolving and seeking to establish relationships with each other
with other regions and continents. It examines, to do so,
the nature of partnerships to streamline and better increase them
the benefits derived from its transformation and integration efforts.

July 1, 2019 13:46

Africa will continue to advocate for the reform of the United Nations.
United Nations and other international institutions, in particular the Council
of the United Nations, in order to overcome the historical injustice that
Africa is not permanently represented on the Security Council.

July 1, 2019 13:44

Africa will have its place in economic, social and cultural security systems
of global governance, for the realization of its Renaissance
and the emergence of Africa as a leading continent. We have been working
commit ourselves to continue the global fight against all forms of exploitation,
racism and discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerances;
foster international cooperation that promotes and defends the interests of
Africa, is mutually beneficial and aligned with our pan-Africanist vision;
continue to speak with one voice and act collectively to promote our
common positions and interests on the international scene.

July 1, 2019 13:43

We aspire that by 2063, Africa will be:
- a major social, political, economic and security force in the
world, and that it has the share of global common goods (space,
terrestrial and oceanic) to which it is entitled;
- an actor who actively and equally participates in business
international institutions, multilateral institutions and a pilot of the
peaceful coexistence, tolerance and a just and viable world;
- fully capable and has the means to finance its

July 1, 2019 13:43

Africa will emerge as a strong global actor and partner,
resistant, peaceful and influential, playing an important role in business
international. We affirm the importance of unity and solidarity
African countries in the face of persistent external interference, including, in particular, the
attempts to divide the continent, as well as to pressures and threats.
undue sanctions imposed on certain countries.