According to official information today, November 29, the visit of José Pacheco, the minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation to Republic of India will start. This two-day trip was organized mostly for strengthening and development of the bilateral relations between Mozambique and India.
One of the main objectives of the minister Pacheco in New Delhi, is to carry out official negotiations with ministry of Foreign Affairs of India Sushma Swaraj. Leaders should discuss the present stage of development, political, economic, trade, social and investment issues and they will discuss the further prospects of cooperation between the two countries.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Pacheco intends to visit a joint business-forum of Mozambique and India.
Also according to the plan he is to deliver a lecture in one of the Indian institutes engaged in strategic research. Doing so is aimed mostly at improving the country’s image and attracting large volumes of investments, Indian, in particular.
José Pacheco’s diplomatic visit is also marked by his heading a delegation that will participate in the fourth session of the Intergovernmental joint committee created by Mozambique and India for close cooperation in economy, technology, science and culture spheres.
A group of businessmen led by Confederation of the Economical Associations of Mozambique, CTA, Agency for the Promotion of Investment and Exports, APIEX will accompany the minister on this trip. Also he is accompanied by the following members of staff from the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, of the Economy and Finances, of the Industry and Commerce, of Dwelling and Hydric Resources, of the Mineral Resources and Energy, of Health Care, of Science, of the Higher Education, of Technologies and Public Works.