Wednesday, October 21, 2020

What will the Presidents of The Gambia and Senegal discuss today

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QUESTION OF THE DAY

Gambians would want the two presidents to finally agree on the demarcation of the borders of these two countries once and for all. Since the colonial period up to today there are areas of border which are yet to be demarcated. The two presidents will make history by agreeing on a fixed date for the demarcation of the border.

Secondly Gambians would want the two presidents to talk about the free movement of goods, services, people and capital to enhance trade and mutual interest. The Gambian people would the two presidents to discuss and agree on cross border movement of transport without hindrance.

The Gambian people would like the two presidents to discuss and agree that in the spirit of good neighbourliness, any force from one country that enters the other could be hosted by the force of the home country and assisted to carry any mission in the host country.

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