Brazilian Govt calls on African countries to prepare for Global-Agro forum

The Brazilian Government has called on African Countries to prepare for the Global Agro- Business Forum to take place in Sao Paulo Brazil, from July 26th to 28th 2021.

The Global Agro Business Forum 2021 is an international event aimed at opening doors for direct foreign investment opportunities with Brazil.

Brazil’s Foreign Affairs Secretary for Division and Promotion of Agro-Business Ricardo Fleury told SADC Ambassadors in a virtual meeting at Foreign Affairs Ministry that the Brazilian Agriculture and Livestock Ministry will be the main sponsor of the 5th Edition of the Global Agro-Business Forum which is coming under the theme Climate Change and Sustainability.

And Zambia’s Ambassador to Brazil Dr Alfreda Kansembe Mwamba said the Global Agro Business Forum is also a great opportunity for Zambia to showcase the Country’s rich tourism to Latin America.

Dr Kansembe Mwamba said the forum will also be used to promote Trade and Investment as well as economic and bilateral cooperation with many countries that will be in attendance.

She urged the Zambian private sector to take advantage of such Forums by making joint ventures and business networks with South Americans.

The Zambian Envoy added that the Forum will highlight investment opportunities in strategic sectors such as agribusiness, energy, infrastructure, health, innovation and technology, sectors that Zambia is already looking at as a driver to economic growth.

Meanwhile, Mr Fleury said Brazilian companies at the Forum will showcase various business opportunities that will provide a link for partnership with many SADC countries.

He further said that the Business Forum will bring together Federal State and Local Government authorities and Executives from the Brazilian private sector and the world at large.

This is contained in a statement issued by Grace Makowane, First Secretary (Press and Public Relations),
Zambian Embassy Brazil.

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