The hard working Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage held bilateral meeting wìth ministers, Ambassador and heàd of deligation from Zambia, Ghàna, Uganda, Zimbambwe, Guinea Tanzania, Bukinafaso, Màli, Beinn, Namimbia, Burudi, and Rwanda to discuss support of African countries for Africa agenda at international forums.
The discussion centred on the united Africa forthcoming climate summit in Nairobi and Lusaka Task Force Agreement. The meeting took place at Meridiam Hôtel in Mauritius on Thursday evening, the TCD digital reports.
Malonza bilateral talks with several ministers and ambassadors were geared toward strengthening diplomatic ties, cooperation between African countries and speaking towards one common goal.
These talks were crucial as they provided an opportunity for CS Malonza to discuss various issues related to trade, security, and development. Through these discussions, both parties exchanged ideas, explored common interests, and sought ways to enhance collaboration in areas of mutual concern.
During these talks, CS Malonza emphasized the importance of fostering strong relationships between countries to promote peace, stability, and economic growth.
Discussions also centered around exploring opportunities for investment and expanding trade relations. In addition, the meetings served as a platform to address pressing global issues, such as climate change and cyber security, with the aim of formulating joint strategies and actions.
these bilateral talks facilitated dialogue and understanding between nations, fostering a spirit of cooperation and partnership. By engaging in such discussions, CS Malonza demonstrated the government’s commitment to creating favorable conditions for bilateral relations and harnessing the potential benefits of collaboration with other nations.
The outcomes of these talks will undoubtedly contribute to the collective efforts towards achieving shared goals and ensuring a prosperous future for all countries involved.