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German president urges greater cooperation on Senegal trip

By DW
26 February 2022   |   12:37 pm
Germany's Frank-Walter Steinmeier and his Senegalese counterpart Macky Sall discussed military and scientific partnerships in a region racked by terrorism and a wave of military coups.

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