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Discussions at the Africa-EU Summit in Libya aim at taking the partnership between the two continents to a new, more ambitious level of cooperation.

African and EU leaders meeting in Tripoli from 29 to 30 November adopted a joint plan that sets out actions over the next three years to boost investment, economic growth and job creation. They also discussed ways to achieve the UN’s Millennium Development Goals. Europeans consider tackling poverty, peace and security and human rights as the most pressing issues for the partnership, according to a survey on EU-Africa relations .

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