The second Russia-Africa summit, scheduled for November, is promising to offer a measure of how the war in Ukraine will play out for Moscow’s relations with the continent.

Some in Africa have already spoken out against the superpower. In an address to the UN Security Council on the eve of the invasion, for example, Kenyan ambassador Martin Kimani criticised Moscow for recognising the "independence" of Ukraine’s breakaway regions...

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