Nyusi visits Zimbabwe for Samora Machel monument

By News Reporter

Mozambican President Filipe J. Nyusi will embark on a State visit to Zimbabwe this week and will preside over a ceremony to signal commencement on the construction of a monument in honour of former president Cde Samora Machel says the government.

In a statement, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade said Nyusi’s State visit reciprocates President Mnangagwa’s State visit to Mozambique in April 2022. The State visit runs from 17 to 19 May 2023.

“On the margins of the State Visit, Zimbabwe and Mozambique are expected to jointly convene a Business Forum. The two countries are also expected to sign legal instruments of cooperation in areas such as Export Promotion and Development, Development of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises, Gender and Women’s Affairs and Aircraft Accident Investigation.

“The State visit will further augment the implementation of bilateral areas of cooperation in industry and commerce, energy, agriculture, tourism, ICT, environment and education, science and technology.

“President Nyusi is also expected to tour the National Heroes Acre in Harare and, preside over a ceremony to signal commencement on the construction of a monument in honour of the founding Mozambican president, the late Cde Samora Machel at the Museum of African Liberation Movement.”

On his Zimbabwe visit, Nyusi will lead a delegation comprising of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Mozambique, Honourable Veronica Macamo, government ministers and other senior government officials.

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