Mozambique signed six agreements with Turkey on Tuesday in Maputo, including on scrapping service and diplomatic visa between the two countries.
The agreements were signed between the president of Mozambique Filipe Nyusi and the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan who is on 2-day visit to Mozambique accompanied by senior officials and 150 businessmen from his country.
The other agreements are in the areas of political consultation, commercial and economic cooperation, culture and tourism, reciprocal protection of investments and education.
In the education sector, Turkey promised to provide scholarship to the Mozambican students also as part of the agreement.
The Turkish president also invited Nyusi for an official visit to his country.
“Mozambique is without doubt moving towards progress and we will mobilize all our support and help so that our friends and partners can restore their capacities for sustainable development,” said Erdogan.