Uganda, Tanzania decry EU resolution on oil and gas development

[Africa Times - Africa] - 17/09/2022
The governments of Uganda and Tanzania are pushing back against a resolution, passed by the European Union, that calls for environmental and human rights protections as the two nations develop the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP). The European Parliament resolution warns that the project (...)
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