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Folha de Maputo / Saxon State Minister of Economic Affairs, Labour and Transport and Deputy Prime Minister, Martin Dulig, photographed with Mozambique's Minsiter of Mineral Resources and Energy, Letícia Klemens
The Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, Leticia Klemens, has asked Germany for financial support for training in mining.
Newspaper O Pais reports that Klemens told Saxony’s State Minister of Economic Affairs Martin Dulig on Sunday that training Mozambican professionals in the sustainable management of resources was a matter of urgency.
Dulig replied that there was room for strengthening cooperation, though without making concrete promises, and said that his country has much knowledge to convey in the area of mineral resources. He then offered equipment for the protection and rescue of people involved in mining accidents.
The meeting between Klemens and Dulig,who is on four-day working visit to the country, was aimed at presenting investment opportunities in Mozambique and comes at a time when several multinationals are moving forward with projects to exploit natural resources here, especially in the Rovuma Basin Area 4 exploration project.
Source: Folha de Maputo
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