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Biden hosts the Angolan president in an effort to showcase strengthened ties, as Africa visit slips

  • President Joe Biden is hosting Angolan President João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço in the Oval Office to reaffirm the United States' commitment to Africa. Angola has moved toward a strategic partnership with the U.S. And away from Russian and Chinese influence under Lourenço's leadership.
  • Lourenço's lobbyists warned that the absence of a high-profile meeting with Biden could jeopardize Angola's commitment to working with the U.S. And the shift in its foreign policy toward the U.S..
  • Biden's global infrastructure program, including the Trans-African Corridor, aims to counter China's Belt and Road initiative.
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