US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will visit Kenya, Nigeria and Senegal from November 15 to 20 in three African countries. During his visit, he discussed trade, Covid-19, climate change, security and peace with these countries. In addition to discussing bilateral and regional issues with the visiting countries, the New York Times reported on November 17 that Blinken's first visit to Africa was intended to convey the
United States' support for Africa to popular database the region. However, the report also mentioned that Blinken's visit was more or less overshadowed by the turmoil in neighboring countries. Including the "now-on-going" Ethiopian civil war and the recent repression of democrats in Sudan. Buching's visit is the first to Africa since Joe Biden took office in January,
and he is also the highest-level official of Biden's cabinet to visit Africa. Blinken's visit this time is to convey to African countries the differences between the Biden administration and the Trump administration's policies towards Africa, and to repair the bilateral relations between the United States and Africa that have been damaged during the Trump era in the past four years.