The Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Hellenic Republic, Nikos Dendias, will be in Mozambique from Wednesday, January 25, accompanied by a delegation of diplomatic members of the Greek Government for an official working visit.
According to the communiqué to which Diário Económico had access, during the visit the minister will hold bilateral meetings with Mozambican authorities, with the aim of concluding a Memorandum of Understanding on Political Consultations.
Nikos Dendias will also meet with the Prime Minister, Adriano Maleiane, and on that occasion will officially hand over a donation in favour of the Secretariat of State for Youth and Sports, to support vocational training actions and job creation for young people of Cabo Delgado province.
He will also visit the European Union Training Mission in Mozambique (EUTM-Moz), of which Greece is part of providing its contribution in the national territory since April 2022, through the capacity building of the Special Forces of the Armed Defence Forces of Mozambique (FADM), in the military training centre of Dongo, in Manica Province.
The Greek minister will also hold a meeting with the Minister of Transport and Communications, Mateus Magala, with a view to creating economic cooperation focusing on the area of maritime transport.
The Honorary Consul General of Greece in Mozambique, Gerasimos Marketos, said that “the Memorandum of Understanding existing between the two countries is an important step in consolidating this relationship, institutionalising the process through reciprocal visits at political and diplomatic level, for the benefit of economic and social development.