Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday spoke with Mozambique President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi on the COVID-19 pandemic and assured him of India”s continued support, including medical assistance, to combat the health crisis.
The prime minister also shared President Nyusi”s concern about the incidents of terrorism in northern Mozambique, and offered all possible support, including through capacity building of Mozambican police and security forces, an official statement said.
The two leaders discussed the challenges posed in both countries by the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
Prime Minister Modi conveyed India”s willingness to support Mozambique”s efforts during the health crisis, including through provision of essential medicines and equipment, the statement said.
President Nyusi expressed his appreciation for the close cooperation between both countries in the field of healthcare and pharmaceutical supplies.
The two leaders discussed other important topics, including Indian investments and development projects in Mozambique.