President Ramaphosa has departed South Africa today to travel to Oyo in the Republic of Congo. While there he will be discussing the on-going conflicts in Libya which is destabilizing the Libyan economy and affecting their citizens and country as a whole.
Ramaphosa was invited to the meeting to act as Chair of the African Union. The meetings will be spread over 11-12th March 2020, The African Union will discuss and make attempts to stabilize the region to help remove the embargo on oil exports.
Yesterday, Ramaphosa had said “The president wishes that the end of hostility will further boost and rebuild the Libyan economy and society. “
NewsLiteSA reported yesterday on the Libyan Prime Minister visiting South Africa before the meetings today.
“President N’Guesso briefed the African Union regarding the military confrontations between Libyan parties and continuous external political and military interference, which created a dangerous situation not only for Libya but the region and the Continent at large.” said The Presidency
Deputy President David Mabuza will be taking Ramaphosa’s seat while he is out the country.