Readout of the President’s Call with President Jacob Zuma of South Africa

By The White House-Office of the Press Secretary
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5TH FEBRUARY 2017 | WASHINGTON DC

President Donald J. Trump spoke this week with President Jacob Zuma of South Africa to discuss ways to expand cooperation and trade between the United States and South Africa. 

President Trump highlighted the strong bilateral trade ties between the two countries and expressed interest in identifying new, mutually beneficial opportunities for trade. 

President Trump also suggested that the United States and South Africa do more to collaborate on shared security interests, including the fight against terrorism. 

Both leaders agreed to continue dialogue on these priorities and find ways to deepen the bilateral partnership.

 

 

 

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