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President of Mozambique Filipe Jacinto Nyusi landed at Sochi Airport this morning at the start of a two-day working visit to the Russian Federation at the invitation of his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, reads a statement from the Presidency.
Upon his arrival, the Mozambican head of state was greeted with a traditional ceremony and held a brief meeting with local authorities while at the airport.
During his stay, President Nyusi will hold meetings with Russian president, Vladimir Putin, as well as with other African heads of state and government; participate in the first Russia-Africa Summit and Economic Forum, and receive in audience representatives of the Russian Federation business sector.
President Nyusi is accompanied by Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Jose Pacheco, of Transport and Communications, Carlos Mesquita; Deputy Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy Augusto Fernando; the Ambassador of Mozambique to the Russian Federation, Mario Ngwenya; and staff of the presidency and other state institutions.
The presidents of #Mozambique (Filipe Nyusi), of #Madagascar (Andry RAJOELINA), of #Zimbabwe(Emmerson MNANGAGWA),of #Mali (Boubakar KEITA), have already arrived in #Sochi#Russia as well for the Russia-Africa Economic Summit that will held in 23-24/10. pic.twitter.com/avGsHAPn2Q
— Marie-Chantal Nzeyimana (@Channyrose12) October 22, 2019
Upon his arrival, the Head of State was greeted with a traditional ceremony and held a brief meeting with local authorities while at the airport.
The President of the Republic will hold meetings with other African Heads of State and Government, receive in audience representatives of the business sector of the Russian Federation, participate in the Russia–Africa Economic Forum, as well as in the plenary of the Russia-Africa Summit.
The Russia—Africa Summit and Economic Forum runs fro 23 to 24 October and is to be held under the motto:’ For Peace, Security and Development’.
President Nyusi and his Russian counter part Vladimir Putin will hold a meeting tomorrow, 23 October.
Source: Presidencia da Republica, Rádio Moçambique
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