President Cyril Ramaphosa and US president-elect Joe Biden have been on a name on Tuesday night and mentioned ties between the 2 nations.
Biden is ready to take workplace in January 2021 after beating Donald Trump on the polls.
Ramaphosa mentioned he was hopeful of the connection between the US and Africa.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is hopeful of a robust relationship between the US and Africa following his name with president-elect Joe Biden on Tuesday night.
In an announcement, the Presidency mentioned Ramaphosa and Biden mentioned methods to strengthen relations to beat the Covid-19 pandemic.
Biden, who is ready to take workplace in January 2021, has been vocal about his plans to strengthen diplomatic ties between the US and different international locations.
“President Ramaphosa said he looked forward to a strong partnership at a bilateral level, and between the United States and the continent of Africa. President-elect Biden and vice president-elect Kamala Harris have identified Africa as a major player in international affairs and in the advancement of multilateralism,” mentioned the Presidency.
The pair additionally spoke about Biden’s go to to South Africa throughout apartheid.
The Presidency added:
The leaders recalled a go to to South Africa by president-elect Biden in the course of the darkish days of apartheid, the place Mr Biden demonstrated his dedication to human rights and dignity for all South Africans. President-elect Biden expressed his admiration for what the democratic South Africa has achieved.
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