Mauritanian Foreign Minister Dr. Eslko Ould Ahmed Izid Bie discussed during his meeting with African Ambassadors accredited to Mauritania preparations for the African Summit in Mauritania in June.
Mauritania is preparing to host the African summit on June 30 and the government, as part of its preparations for the summit, has begun to strengthen the road network of the capital, where many streets in Nouakchott have turned into hard-working workshops racing against time.
Last year, the Mauritanian president supervised the laying of the foundation stone for a new conference palace in preparation for the upcoming summit. The palace is located on the Nouakchott or Tunis International Airport road, which consists of two floors and unprecedented international standards. The president then briefed the various palace pavilions and inquired about the various stages of completion and steps. To ensure respect for international quality standards and deadlines for implementation.
The new palace has a large meeting hall for 60 delegates, a presidential lounge and a large conference hall for 4,500 people. This is the first time that Mauritania has hosted a conference for the African summit.
Source: Sudan Aluom
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