Senegal intends to supply the European market with LNG

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Senegal: African Union President Maki Sal to visit Russia and Ukraine – Senegal intends to supply European market with LNG 22/05/2022 19:13 ΑΠΕ-ΜΠΕ-AFP-Reuters Dakar, Senegal 361 Greek

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Senegalese President Maki Sal announced today that he will soon visit Russia and Ukraine, in his capacity as President of the African Union.

In a press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Solz, Sal said he had received an order from the African Union to make the trip. He clarified that Russia had sent an invitation but the visit, which was originally planned for May 18, was not “for planning reasons” and so new dates were proposed.

Based on what was agreed, “I will of course go to Moscow and also to Kyiv, and we also agreed to meet with those leaders of the African Union who wish to do so, and with President (Ukraine) Zelensky, who expressed the need to communicate with African leaders. done within the next few weeks, “he said.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has divided African countries and hit their economies hard, with rising grain prices and fuel shortages.

Senegal, which has close ties to Western countries, was surprised on March 2 when it abstained from voting in the UN General Assembly on a resolution calling on Russia to “immediately stop using violence” against Ukraine. . On March 24, however, he voted in favor of a second decision that demanded that Russia immediately end the war. Almost half of African countries abstained or did not vote at all in these two votes.

“We do not want to take a position in this war, we clearly want peace. We condemn the invasion and we are working for de-escalation, we are working for a ceasefire, for dialogue (…) this is the African position,” Sal said. .

To address the energy crisis, Maki Sal said Senegal was ready to work to supply the European market with liquefied natural gas (LNG). For his part, German Chancellor Soltz said he wanted to work with Senegal on both LNG and renewable energy. The development of Senegal’s gas fields will be the subject of more detailed discussions between the two sides, he added.

SOURCE: AMPE

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