Report of the Meetings, Conference of African Ministries In charge of Border Issues Preparatory Meeting of Experts on the African Union Border Programme Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 4-7 June 2007
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This report stipulates how African States gained independenc and how borders inherited from colonisation have been a factor of recurrent conflicts in most African countries, adding that most of these borders were ill-defined and undemarcated. The report further urged African States to use less costly procedures in demarcating their borders.
Conference of African Ministries In charge of Border Issues Preparatory Meeting of Experts on the African Union Border Programme Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 4-7 June 2007
Start date of event2007-06-07
End date of event2007-06-07
City of eventAddis Ababa
Country of eventETHIOPIA
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