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Mozambique and European Union Discuss Cooperation and Investment

Mozambique and European Union Discuss Cooperation and Investment

The city of Inhambane, in southern Mozambique, will host the first ‘Partnership Dialogue’ for two days (20 and 21 May), an event led by the European Union (EU) and the government, with the aim of strengthening cooperation and stimulating more investment in the country.

Taking place under the theme ‘Mozambique-EU Partnership Dialogue: a renewed dynamic, consolidated trust’, the meeting is being held in the light of the Samoa Agreement, which has been in force since January this year, created with the aim of offering a new legal framework for the relationship between the EU and the 79 member countries of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACP).

‘The Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Verónica Macamo, and the ambassadors of the EU countries in Mozambique will be present to jointly analyse the state of cooperation with Europe, the political and social situation prevailing in Mozambique, the main axes of the Mozambican presidency of the United Nations Security Council and also to exchange ideas on the current international political panorama,’ said a publication from the Agência de Informação de Moçambique (AIM).

‘The Mozambican delegation includes several senior officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation and other institutions. The European delegation is led by Antonino Maggiore, the EU ambassador to Mozambique, who will be accompanied by the ambassadors of Finland, Sweden, Italy, Portugal, the Netherlands, Germany and Spain, the heads of the Diplomatic Bureaus of Belgium and Austria and the political counsellors of the embassies of France, Ireland and Czechia,’ it added.

According to the information released, on the sidelines of the meeting, a Business Forum is to be held with the participation of national businesspeople and representatives of European companies in the country, where the potential and opportunities for public and private investment in Inhambane province will be presented and discussed.

The dialogue between the Executive and the EU is an ongoing process that takes place twice a year.

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