BRUSSELS: As part of its activities to promote entrepreneurship and investment on the African continent with the two companies it creates for that OBA (Open Business Africa) which deals with the promotion of the company and investment in Africa and BOI (Bridge Of Innovation) which is based on the support and financing of innovative companies in Africa.
It is for this reason that Mister Keita Cheick is invited as a speaker at this major conference Global Diaspora Week 2018 at the EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN BRUSSELS on 5th October 2018.
Keita Cheick is Ambassador of IHRC. International Human Rights Commission Charter of the African Continent it is for this reason that it invited Tabassum Saleem. She takes part in this great conference in the European Parliament also Ambassador of IHRC. (International Human Rights Commission) very active in France in his work and his daily actions for his country of origin. She wants a cultural exchange between France and Pakistan. She feels proud when she represents her two countries France and Pakistan in over the world via cultural events.
The Global Diaspora Week (GDW) is a week dedicated to diaspora communities and their contributions to global development. The GDW is intended to create awareness, enable collaboration and enhance learning amongst those working with diaspora communities in different locations around the world.
The celebration of the Global Diaspora week at the European Level was initiated by the African Diaspora Network in Europe in 2015 in Strasbourg at the European Parliament. Every year innovative projects are presented and a whole-week debate between the Diaspora and State Actors and development agents from Europe and Africa is organized to discuss how to leverage the contribution of the Diaspora to the economic development of home countries and host countries.
This year the GDW will be celebrated from 5th – to 15th October 2018. At this occasion, the African Diaspora Network in Europe (ADNE) and its partners in collaboration with the European Institutions will take a proactive position and organize activities across Europe and in Africa.
Some of the featured activities are the Global Opening Ceremony in Brussels on the 5th October crowned a Gala Dinner with the African Diaspora Entrepreneurship Award 2018.
A series of events are also planned throughout this week with African and European partners.
Austria: No-confidence vote against chancellor
VIENNA: Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is set to lose his post after the far-right closed ranks with other opposition parties, saying today they would support a no-confidence motion against him.
Norbert Hofer, chief of the far-right Freedom Party, said his party “will support” the motion, which is also backed by the Social Democrats and comes after the collapse of Kurz’s coalition government over a corruption scandal.
Sino-Pak agreements reflect growing ties: Dr. Firdous
ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan Monday said the signing of agreements between Pakistan and China during the visit of Chinese Vice President was proof of increasing economic cooperation between the two countries.
In a tweet on social media platform Twitter, she said these agreements were reflective of China’s strategic interest in the progress and prosperity of people of Pakistan.
She said under the leadership of Imran Khan, national interest and public welfare were given priority while in the past, personal interest and business were given preference by others.
UK: Tories say new PM in place by 20th July
LONDON: Britain’s governing Conservatives said Friday that Theresa May’s successor as party leader and the prime minister was expected to be in place by parliament’s summer recess – set for 20th July.
In a statement, the center-right party’s chairman Brandon Lewis said nominations among MPs would close in the week beginning 10th June, before party members choose between the top two candidates in time for the result to be announced before parliament rises for the summer.
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