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President Nyusi today concludes his three-day official visit to Norway.
On Wednesday, among other activities, the president addressed a seminar on the Roadmap to Peace, Development and Empowerment of Women at the Peace Research Institute Oslo.
President Nyusi praised Norway’s support in the process of disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration of the residual Renamo combatants as part of the ongoing peace process in the country.
Filipe Nyusi reiterated his commitment to peace, saying that the disarmament process was a difficult one, requiring the support of international partners.
“At a time when the process of disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration requires resources, we count on the invaluable support of friendly countries such as Norway, for which we reiterate our appreciation,” he said.
Nyusi said that peace had come to stay in Mozambique and dialogue with the new leadership of Renamo was going smoothly, and stressed his personal commitment to the process.
Today, the third and last day of President Nyusi’s state visit, the focus is on participation in the Mozambique-Norway Business Forum, where 37 Mozambican entrepreneurs are looking for partnerships in various business areas.Source: Rádio Moçambique