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The leaders of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA) met on Sunday July 3 for their 61st ordinary summit in Accra, in Ghana. It was for the Heads of State to decide on the sanctions concerning Mali, Guinea and Burkina Faso, three countries the scene of coups d’etat.

Indeed, on Sunday July 3, 2022, the 61st session of ECOWAS Heads of State and Government on Mali, Burkina Faso and Guinea was held in Accra (Ghana). It took place behind closed doors.
Some information was given behind the scenes:

– The President of Guinea-Bissau Umaru SISSOCO EMBALO is the new current President of ECOWAS

– 24 months of transition for Burkina-Faso

– Guinea, sanctions still maintained

– The sanctions against Mali are lifted with reservations.

– ECOWAS demands the non-participation of the transitional authorities in future elections in Mali

At the end of the summit, Colonel Assimi Goïta emerges victorious from the economic showdown that ECOWAS has tried to impose on Mali since January 9, 2022. Today the closure of Mali’s borders with other ECOWAS countries does not is more topical. Mali gets another victory. Since the ECOWAS ambassadors are returning to Bamako.

Remember that the lifting of sanctions will benefit Mali, which normally imports around 70% of its goods from Senegal and Côte d’Ivoire. These two countries will also be able to bail out their coffers, which are also overdue. Moreover, Air Côte d’Ivoire will resume its commercial flights to Mali.

In addition, the lifting of sanctions against Mali confirms the victory of Russia and its historical partners over the Western oligarchy in this geopolitical and geostrategic battle.

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