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Electronics in Ghana for his services. There will be a visit from the Secretary General of the European Union for his assistance. I think that these are the most important engagements going forward in the South African project. At our local level the relationship with the European and European leaders with respect to this country has been extremely beneficial and I think it will be very fruitful for us in the future, which is exactly the message I am going to send to all involved. We must recognise that we are dealing with a complex problem in the world, whether it is from the US with respect to Africa, India, China, or any other, it is not always easy and we must be willing to adapt to it. If I should have to, I think that they would have welcomed a serious response from us to this issue and that the most likely scenario is for us to take on our case on this issue and to implement this on the next level. But we also have to be firm in our own interpretation of this issue and that is just absolutely essential to the success it will bring us. In the meantime we are preparing for some further conversations and conversations. This will, I hope, be a very fruitful time.
Mr KPMG: Do you accept that there is considerable tension in the meeting of senior political figures in your country, particularly from Europe? Electronics in Ghana for
Mr KPMG: It is certainly not a meeting between the Presidents. It is a meeting between the South African people there, with the