Malawi hands over COMESA Chairmanship to Uganda

From Face of Malawi Sat Nov 24 2012, 09:57:07

Malawi has ended her year-long tour of duty as the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa- COMESA chair with Uganda assuming the post. However Malawi, a land locked southern African country, will still be in the COMESA bureau, a decision making body of the regional bloc, as a rapportour. During her term as chair, [...]

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