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COMESA to reimburse expenses used in preparations of missed 20th Summit in Burundi

06-28-2018 Following the relocation of the 20th Summit of Heads of State of the Common Market for Southern and Eastern Africa-COMESA, Sindiso Ngwenya, Secretary General said on the BBC that Bujumbura has not reassured the Heads of state of COMESA member states on the security prevailing in Burundi. “The majority (...)
' Sindiso Ngwenya: “We advised Burundi officials to identify all expenses used in preparations and submit them to the organization”

Burundi ready to host 20th summit, COMESA Secretary General says

01-25-2018 The secretary general of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), Sindiso Ngwenya has arrived this 24 January in Bujumbura to evaluate how far Burundi is with the preparation of the summit. “We come to finalize everything related to the hosting of COMESA summit scheduled from 18 (...)
' Pélate Niyonkuru, Minister of trade and industry:  “It would be unfair to move the summit to another country with all the money we invested in its preparations.”

Burundi says it is ready to host 2017 COMESA Summit

08-02-2017 The secretary general of Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) has recently sent a letter to the Burundian Minister of Trade and Industry stating that Burundi will not host the 20thsummit of COMESA. However, the concerned minister says the reasons provided in the letter are unfounded and (...)
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COMESA launch of monetary union postponed to 2030

03-30-2017 Based on the assessments by the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) monetary institute, the launch of monetary union that was expected by January 2018 has been postponed to 2030. The date set by the COMESA Summit of Heads of State, which proposes to establish the Monetary (...)
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Burundi should focus on its EAC membership

11-24-2014 Burundi is a Member State of COMESA, CEEAC, EAC and CEPGL and has signed partnerships with other regional economic organizations. What is the value of these economic blocs?-By J.BerchmansSiboniyo Dr. Léonidas Ndayizeye, the Dean of the faculty of Economic Sciences and Management at the University of Burundi feels that (...)
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