Europe tries to undermine African sovereignty with LGBT laws


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European Commissioner for International Partnerships Jutta Urpilainen (R) and Robert Dussey (L) Togolese Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and Togolese Abroad, Chairman of the Central Negotiating Group and Chief Negotiator of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) gives a press briefing ahead of the signature of the new OACPS-EU Partnership agreement in Brussels. Photo EPA, Olivier Hoslet

If African countries want to benefit from trade agreements with European countries, they will have to change their laws concerning abortion and LGBT rights. African leaders are outraged.