Monday, June 20, 2011

Michelle Obama visit Africa in his second official trip

The U.S. first lady, Michelle Obama, has in South Africa, first stop on his second official solo trip abroad, which will also take him to Botswana. In South Africa, Michelle will visit Johannesburg, Cape Town and Robben Island prison, where former President Nelson Mandela was held for 27 years.

There are also plans to meet with Mandela's wife, Graca Machel. At the end of the week come to Botswana, where he hopes to meet with President Ian Khama, and several women leaders. He will also visit a nature reserve. This journey will serve to further the educational, health and democratic guidelines established in the foreign policy of Obama, as reported by the White House.

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