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Brazil Supports Mozambique in the Construction of Paved Roads

Brazil Supports Mozambique in the Construction of Paved Roads

Brazilian businessmen intend to support Mozambique in the rehabilitation and maintenance of embankment roads using state-of-the-art technology, Radio Mozambique (RM) newspaper has learnt.

As part of the growing co-operation between Brazil and Mozambique, a project was recently announced for the rehabilitation and maintenance of earthen roads in the country. According to the media outlet, the information was released on Wednesday (8) in the Manhiça district, Maputo province, during the First Social Technological Development Forum, organised by the Mozambican House in Portugal.

The advanced system proposed by the Brazilians promises not only to improve the resilience of the roads, but also their quality of passability. ‘With this technology, we hope to significantly reduce maintenance costs and increase the durability of the roads,’ explained Caetano de Sousa, representing the Brazilian entrepreneurs.

Manuel Tule, governor of Maputo, at the forum’s opening ceremony, emphasised the importance of foreign investment and advanced technologies for the province’s progress. ‘This is a clear example of how international co-operation can bring concrete benefits to Mozambique,’ he said.

For his part, Enoque João, representative of the House of Mozambique in Portugal, emphasised that initiatives like these are vital to attracting more investment and promoting the country’s sustainable development. ‘We are open and very interested in partnerships that can boost our economy and improve the lives of our communities,’ he said.

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The forum was also attended by delegations from Portugal, France, Brazil and Cape Verde, among others, discussing a variety of topics aimed at strengthening relations and promoting technological innovations adapted to the specific needs of each participating country.

This project is a significant step for Mozambique, which is seeking not only to improve its infrastructure, but also to strengthen economic and technological ties with Brazil and other international partners, the source said.

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