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|Description||The presedent of the Republik South Africa, Nelson Rholihlahla Mandela and his daughter Zinzi Mandela-Hlongwane paid an official visit to the Federal Republic of Germany from May 21st until May 3rd, 1996. In his political conversations with Federal Chancelor Dr.Helmut Kohl, Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, Dr Klaus Kinkel in Bonn and Berlin, Presedent Mandela discussed the political situation as well as the bilateral economic relationships between the European Union and the Southern African Development Community (SACD). in his speech at the parliament, he praised the contribution of the German people to the victory over apartheid(apartheit) and expressed his wish for more german investment in his home country.|
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