EDITOR’S NOTE: The ruling Woyanne junta in Ethiopia is hosting some 4,000 African
heads of state and ministers looters and murderers in Addis Ababa for the African Union summit this week.
ADDIS ABABA (APA) — Ethiopia’s regime said on Friday that around 4,000 guests and African leaders across the continent are expected to come for the AU summit, due to be held this week end at the AU headquarters in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said here.
The 14the African Union Summit is being held under the theme “Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Africa : Challenges and Opportunities for Development.”
The Ministry said nearly 40 leaders are expected to attend the Summit, which will begin officially this Sunday. The Acting Director of the African Affairs department of the Ministry, Azanaw Tadesse said that expansion of ICT is significant to speed up the desired development and register economic growth in Africa.
State media reports that the summit is expected to elect the President of Malawi, Dr Bingu wa Mutharika as Chairman for 2010.
According to Ethiopian radio reports, the agenda on the establishment of the United States of Africa will not be discussed in this summit.
But will instead be discussed during the summit to be held in Kampala, Uganda in July.
The executive committee of the NEPAD African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) will present a report to the Summit.
This summit will instead discuss the current situation in African countries in particular in Djibouti, Eritrea, Guinea-Bissau and Madagascar.
The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the current European Union President, Spanish Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, the World Bank President Robert B. Zoellick as well as representatives of various international organizations, among others, will attend the Summit.