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The prime ministers of Mozambique, Alberto vaquina, and Russia Dimitry Medvedev met Saturday in Moscow to discuss the possibility of cooperation in managing Mozambican natural resources, such as oil and gas, according to the State news agency AIM.
“Russia is one of the countries that has resources like Mozambique and, naturally, we have a lot to learn from this country and long-standing friend,” said Alberto Vaquina, as quoted by AIM after a meeting in Moscow with his Russian counterpart.
Alberto Vaquina was referring to coal mining that is currently underway in Tete province in central Mozambique as well as enormous natural gas potential based on discoveries in the Rovuma basin, northern Mozambique.