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President of Mozambique, Filipe Nyusi, has attended a meeting with the King of Jordan as part of his three-day working visit to that country, which began this Wednesday.
During the meeting, Filipe Nyusi and Abdullah II discussed matters of common interest related to the consolidation of existing relations of friendship and cooperation in areas of mutual interest between the two countries, a communiqué received by Radio Mozambique indicates.
They reviewed aspects of bilateral cooperation, with an emphasis on the areas of agriculture, tourism, energy, industry and mineral resources, and identified other sectors to be explored through the exchange of high-level visits.
On his trip, the Mozambican head of state is accompanied by the Minister of the Interior, Arsénia Massingue; Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Manuel Gonçalves; plus members of staff of the Presidency of the Republic and other state institutions.