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Leadership and Opportunity in Africa
President George W. Bush hosts President Festus Gontebanye Mogae of Botswana, President Joaquim Albetto Chissano of Mozambique and President Jose Eduardo dos Santos of Angola in the Oval Office Feb. 26. 2002.

The four presidents discussed their common interests to work bilaterally and through the Southern Africa Development Community to bring greater peace and stability to the region. President Bush encouraged President dos Santos to end 26 years of civil war in Angola and welcomed dos Santos’ pledge to move quickly to achieve a cease-fire and normalization of politics in Angola.

President Bush's Africa Policy Accomplishments and Initiatives Overview (pdf)

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