Brazil strikes flower, plants export deal with Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe and Brazil have reached an agreement that will see the latter benefit immensely from agricultural exports from the African country. Speaking soon after the first [political consultation meeting between the two countries in Harare yesterday, Secretary for Africa and the Middle East in the Ministry of External Relations of the Federative Republic of Brazil, Ambassador Carlos Duarte, thanked Zimbabwe on the progress the Southern African country has since made in a deal that will see Zimbabwe exporting flowers and plants.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Acting Chief Director Multilateral Affairs, Michael Chigiji, represented the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ambassador Rofina Chikava, and delivered the keynote address on her behalf.

“I am glad to notice that Zimbabwe has already sent its comments on the final text of a third envisaged project regarding exports of flowers and ornamental plants, which will be one of the few projects in which Brazil will be receiving assistance from a developing country.


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