There are Unions, Leagues, and many other forms of countries formations that serve mutual interests. There are some of them that serve the world’s interests. It’s usually when the leaders of certain fields join expertise to find a way to solve a problem, fight a certain pandemic, sanction a country, or vote on something that is pressing. COMESA is one of these arrangements but it has to do with trade and cross borders.
So What is COMESA?
COMESA stands for “Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa“. It’s a regional economic community in Africa with twenty-one member states Burundi, Comoros, Congo, Dem Rep., Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sudan, Swaziland, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, Kingdom of Eswatini, and Somalia.
These countries’ goal is to create a trading line that has no borders. A trading line that suffices the region with the necessary needs to create a stable and working commercial line as well.
In a recent meeting that was held by the presidents of most of the countries mentioned above. El-Sisi assured the committee that Egypt will spare no effort into creating a feasible, innovative, and rewarding agenda. Especially in the especially economic and regional integration.
Highlights of the latest COMESA meeting.
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