To do so, Kerry put emphasis on investing in education. "So it's time simply to get ahead of the curve, to invest in education above all for the vast numbers of young people, and the increasing numbers of people who because of today's interconnectedness are demanding their part of the future." "It's the decisions that are made or the decisions that are deferred that will ultimately determine whether
He added that it is, "essential in order to promote economic growth that is shared by all Africans. I will say to you fighting corruption is a definitive, critical part of that process." The Secretary emphasized the importance of transparency in all aspects of the economic market as the best way to combat corruption.
The African Leaders Summit will continue for the next three days to which Kerry highlighted that by the end of the series the leaders will, "have a clear sense of the fullness of the commitment of
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