The second Mozambique-Portugal summit is due to take place soon in Maputo and the agreements sign will have “practical repercussions” on agriculture, the Portuguese secretary of state for Forestry and Rural Development said Thursday in Maputo.
Speaking at a seminar organised by the associations of young farmers of Portugal and Mozambique, in Maputo, Francisco da Silva said he had “absolutely no doubts” that his sector would be discussed by officials from the two countries.
“There are documents that have been worked on by both countries,” said da Silva, speaking about preparation for the Portugal-Mozambique summit.
The first Portugal-Mozambique summit took place in Lisbon in 2011. (macauhub)