Belarus sets eyes on investing in Mozambican agricultural sector

Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko has stated that his nation intends to invest in agricultural cooperation with Mozambique.

HARARE – Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko has stated that his nation intends to invest in agricultural cooperation with Mozambique.

Lukashenko emphasised the intention to also invest in Mozambique’s agriculture while in Zimbabwe recently for a state visit to handover agricultural equipment as well as strengthen ties.

Following talks on Tuesday with the leader of Zimbabwe, Lukashenko stated that Emmerson Mnangagwa had demonstrated a willingness to assist due to “excellent relations with Mozambican leaders,” according to the Belarusian state news service BELTA.

“Mozambique is a country with a coastline of 1,000 kilometres and that requires a lot of investment in agriculture,” he said.

“We will soon discuss how to transfer our cooperation experience, between Zimbabwe and Belarus, to Mozambique,” added the controversial Lukashenko.

On Tuesday, many agreements for trade and collaboration between Zimbabwe and Belarus were signed. These agreements call for the provision of agricultural tools and equipment to the neighbouring nation, prevent double taxation, and support the mutual recognition of academic degrees.

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