Mozambique: President urges Muslim community engagement for national reconciliation
Photo: Presidencia da Republica de Moçambique
President Filipe Nyusi on Wednesday granted separate audiences to the leaders of some of the delegations participating in the US-Africa summit.
These included the presidents of Namibia, Hague Geingob, and of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, the Vice President of Malawi, Everton Chimulirenji, the Prime Minister of Lesotho, Tom Thabane, and the U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce, Karen Kelly.
In a brief statement to the press, President of Namibia Hage Geingob said after his meeting that he had covered a number of issues with President Nyusi, including some SADC matters.
President of Zimbabwe Emmerson Mnanguagua said he and President Nyusi had shared thoughts on some of the problems affecting their two countries, in order to boost collaboration in the search for solutions.
Emmerson Mnanguagua said he had wanted to discuss with President Nyusi the possibility of Zimbabwe importing more electric power from Cahora Bassa Hydroelectric.
Source: Rádio Moçambique