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Norway Commits $4M to Marine Ecosystem Conservation

Norway Commits $4M to Marine Ecosystem Conservation

The Norwegian government will invest more than four million dollars in preserving the country’s marine ecosystem and diversifying its economy by 2027. The announcement was made by the ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway in Mozambique, Haakon Gram-Johannssen.

The Norwegian diplomat says that the funding will also strengthen the institutional capacity of the marine sector by sharing experiences.

The Norwegian ambassador was speaking this Monday in Maputo at the launch of the Oceans for Development Programme in Mozambique.

The initiative will enable the sustainable use of marine resources through the Blue Economy, explained the Minister of the Sea, Inland Waters and Fisheries, Lídia Cardoso, who led the launch ceremony for the programme.

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Mozambique is one of the countries chosen by the Norwegian authorities to host the pilot project, following an assessment carried out for this purpose.

O País

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