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MATSAPHA – Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi is in the country for a courtesy visit to His Majesty the King.


President Filipe Nyusi landed through the Matsapha International Airport at 1pm yesterday accompanied by a delegation of cabinet ministers and other officials.
Upon arrival the president was met by citizens of Mozambique who live in Eswatini. They displayed entertaining dance moves and sang while their leader walked on the red carpet to his official car.


From the airport Nyusi made his way to Ezulwini where he will be lodging for the duration of his visit.
At 3pm the president headed to the Mandvulo Grand Hall where the King was already waiting for him.


Upon arrival he inspected the guard of honour and went into one of the holding halls where he had a discussion with the King for about an hour before the start of the signing of communique between the two countries.


The first was a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the coordination of search and rescue services.
The second was an agreement on Exemption from Third Party Liability Motor Vehicle Insurance for those whose cars are already insured.
These were signed by the two countries’ ministers of portfolios dealing with transport and the ministers of portfolios on foreign affairs. 


Today the president will pay a courtesy call to the Indlovukazi and also tour the Sidvokodvo Dairy Farm, Eswatini Meat Industries and Forestry Industry among other assignments.
On Sunday (tomorrow) he will meet the Mozambican community at The George and then watch the Ingwenyama Cup before departure.

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