"Mozambique is relatively stable despite the new wave of terrorism" - Filipe Nyusi

“Moçambique está relativamente estável apesar da nova onda de terrorismo” – Filipe Nyusi

The President of the Republic said on Thursday (29) that Mozambique enjoys relative stability despite the terrorism and violent extremism that have affected some districts in the north of Cabo Delgado province since October 2017.

Speaking in the Algerian capital, Algiers, at the end of talks between the two countries, where the delegations signed legal instruments in the areas of hydrocarbons, energy, agriculture, fishing and public and military security, Filipe Nyusi stressed that Mozambique enjoys relative political stability, "as the institutions function normally".

"We detail the fact that the country is facing various challenges, especially the terrorism that is plaguing some regions of Cabo Delgado province, but we are also talking about cyclical natural disasters in Mozambique, such as droughts and cyclones," added Nyusi, quoted by the newspaper. AIM.

According to the Mozambican statesman, the stability in the country allows the elections to take place, and he invited Algerian businesspeople to invest in Mozambique.

"There is immense potential in agriculture, tourism, infrastructure, mining, energy and fisheries, combined with the experience and scientific and technological knowledge that Algeria has, which can make our economic cooperation vibrant," he said, stressing that "our interest is in transforming existing resources to employ more Mozambicans, as well as creating income for families".

For his part, the Algerian president, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, made a commitment to make the four agreements signed viable.

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