President Muhammadu Buhari has returned to Abuja after a successful engagement in the 6th European-African Unions summit in Brussels, Belgium.
While in Belgium, the President held bilateral meetings on the sidelines of the summit with other heads of government to boost the bond between their countries.
Under the auspices of the “G4”, the President and the Presidents of Algeria, South Africa, and Ethiopia, agreed to strengthen the platform for the resolution of the various issues confronting Africa.
At the summit, President Buhari drew attention to the imbalance in economic and trade co-operations between Europe and Africa, and called for a change in the trend.
The President sought the support of Europe to African Union’s efforts at stemming the new wave of manipulation of constitutions and the attendant coups in Africa.
He expressed delight about the inclusion of Nigeria among the 6 countries in Africa designated as manufacturing bases for Covid-19 vaccine.