France is going to work more closely with African countries against terror
Photo: AFP, French-African summit
France and several African countries in the future work more closely together against terrorism and illegal migration.
The French president François Hollande announced that Saturday, after meeting with more than thirty African heads of state and government officials in the Malian capital Bamako.
Africa and France would soon joint action against human traffickers and drug dealers and thus also the financing of terrorism to address.
Hollande wants, in the next five years to 23 billion euro to make reservations for the “development and growth in Africa”. That should be the illegal migration reduction, said Hollande after the end of the Franco-African summit.