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FILE - Outside view of the Parliament building in Maputo, Mozambique . [File photo: DW]
A delegation from the Mozambican parliament’s Standing Commission has been in the United Republic of Tanzania since last week for a study visit and exchange of experiences with the parliament of that country. The mission’s visit is part of the deepening of friendship and cooperation relations existing between the two peoples and countries.
According to the communiqué received in our newsroom, the Assembly of the Republic believes that it is essential to continue to strengthen the capacity of the members of the Standing Commission with a view to better exercising their constitutional and regimental functions, attributions and powers.
On the other hand, a delegation from the Commission on International Relations, Cooperation and Communities is in the United States of America for a working visit.
Meanwhile, another group of MPs from the same parliamentary Commission on International Relations, Cooperation and Communities is on a visit to the Kingdom of Spain, in the context of exchanging experiences with the Chamber of Deputies of that European country.