the II Summit of the handle with the approval of the creation of a secretariat of the Agency, which will be headed by Venezuela, and ordering of reforming the international system both at the political level as commercial. South the II Summit America the Africa (ASA) was completed on the Venezuelan island of Margarita, after two days of meetings, with a renewed political commitment to expedite the integration of 66 countries of both regions.I hope to see you there, in the popular, Socialist, Libya in 2011. See you in Libya, Venezuela and host President of the appointment, Hugo Chavez, said at the close of the meeting, at 5 p.m. local time (2130 GM) of this Sunday, as the ahora.com.ecUnos drafted 20 African leaders and eight South American participated in the ASA Summit II, which began on Saturday at the presidential level and at ministerial level four days earlier. It should be recalled that in one of his speeches, Hugo Chavez Chavez had expressed that Venezuela wanted to responsibility for the ASA Secretariat, an instance that pointed out, will be devoted to convert ideas of integration between the two regions on projects to realize it.
As it is known, on Saturday there was about 16 speeches from Presidents and other senior representatives of the 54 African countries and 12 South American, and almost everyone agreed request will constitute effective mechanisms that speed up integration between South America and Africa. As casamerica recounts it. It is, Chavez, raised raise level of ministerial committees working groups constituted from the ASA Summit I, held in 2006 in Nigeria, and create a table of Presidents and advisors that is dedicated exclusively to designing a strategic agenda of our ASA. We have to give you feasibility to integration, with the structuring and implementation of a working agenda for the years 2010-2020?, said Chavez. The President of the Commission of the African Union (AU), the Gabonese Jean Ping, also requested that the ASA Summit II produces concrete results because, he argued, is at stake the credibility of South-South cooperation.