The Secretary-General of the Organisation of African Unity, M. William Eteki Mboumoua, has had talks?
The Secretary-General of the Organisation of African Unity, M. William Eteki Mboumoua, has had talks in Brazzaville with the President of the People's Republic of the Congo, President Marien Ngouabi.
M. Mboumoua told reporters he wanted to discuss African problems with President Ngouabi, but officials said he also briefed the Congo leader on the OAU's ministerial meeting in Dar Es Salaam earlier this month.
The meeting approved the opening of negotiations aimed at achieving African majority rule in Rhodesia and independence for Namibia (South West Africa).
M. Mboumoua said the OAU wouldn't accept dialogue with what he called the "Racist regimes of southern Africa" unless the "white minorities accepted negotiations with the black majorities."