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Mozambican president Filipe Nyusi announced on Monday at the end of the African Union summit in Addis Ababa that he had invited his Ugandan counterpart, Yoweri Museveni, to visit Mozambique.
“Uganda can give us practical experience” as a country with resources similar to those that exist in Mozambican territory, he told reporters in the Ethiopian capital, quoted by the Mozambican Information Agency (AIM).
Before leaving Addis Ababa, the two leaders held a working meeting in which they discussed issues related to the economies of the two countries and the movement of people and goods.
“We hope to put conditions in place for Mozambican training teams to go to Uganda, and vice versa,” President Nyusi said.
President Museveni is one of Africa’s longest-serving leaders, and a staunch US ally.Source: Lusa