West Africa - from dictators' club to upholder กางเกงคนท้อง สีดำ of democracy Last week, the European Union promised The Gambia an aid package of nearly 65m ($81m) - almost three years after freezing its assistance to the West African nation. Mr Barrow, who was sworn in last month, has also said The Gambia will reverse its move to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC). In a statement on Monday, the government said it had written to UN chief Antonio Guterres to inform him of its decision "to discontinue the withdrawal notice". A former Gambian information minister had referred to the court last year as "an International Caucasian Court for the persecution and humiliation of people of colour, especially Africans". The move is a blow to Africa's anti-ICC lobby - which includes South Africa, Namibia and Burundi. At the annual African Union summit held this month, leaders called for a mass walk-out from the ICC, but faced opposition from other countries, including Nigeria, Senegal and The Gambia. 'Return from 22 years in exile' The Foreign Office said as well as holding talks with Mr Barrow, Mr Johnson would visit the UK-funded Medical Research Council and speak to Chevening scholars and workers and employers in the tourism industry. The West African state is a popular holiday destination ชุดคลุมท้อง for Britons. Thousands had to be evacuated last month because of security concerns when Mr Jammeh was refusing to hand over power after losing December's elections. Image copyright Reuters Image caption The Gambia's beaches make it a popular destination for British tourists Mr Barrow, whose swearing-in was held in neighbouring Senegal, is to be inaugurated as president in a ceremony at the national stadium on Saturday. Several heads of state are expected try this website to attend.