African Strategic Partnership

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Asian–African Conference - Legacy
... anniversary of the Conference, Heads of State and Government of Asian-African countries attended a new Asian-African Summit from 20–24 April 2005 in Bandung and Jakarta ... concluded by establishing the New Asian–African Strategic Partnership (NAASP) ... The 2005 Asian African Summit yielded, inter-alia, the Declaration on the New Asian African Strategic Partnership (NAASP), the Joint Ministerial Statement on the New ...

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