The Ministers of Economy and Finance and of Transport and Communications of Mozambique, respectively Max Tonela and Mateus Magala, are starting a four-day visit to Japan today, and are expected to hold meetings with public sector executives and private. The purpose of the visit is to deepen bilateral relations between the two countries. Max Tonela and Mateus Magala’s agendas include meetings with the finance ministers, Kozo Akino; from the state of foreign affairs, Kenji Yamada; of economy, trade and industry, Yasutoshi Nishimura; of state, infrastructure, transport and tourism, Toshiro Toyoda, and also with executives from financial institutions (JAICA and JBIC) and the main companies in the oil and gas sector. The holder of the transport and communications portfolio will also visit Hato Bus, a Japanese public transport company, the Japan Meteorological Agency and Haneda Airport. (Letter) Source: Carta de Moçambique

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