Mozambican President Nyusi in France
epa04854064 Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi leaves the Elysee Palace after a meeting with French President Francois Hollande (not pictured) in Paris, France, 20 July 2015. Nyusi is in France to beoost economic ties wih France on Moazmbique's natural resources. EPA/ETIENNE LAURENT

President of Mozambique Filipe Nyusi said Wednesday that the nation’s overall situation is stable and inspires Mozambicans with confidence, despite the challenges that persist.

Nyusi made the remarks in his state of the nation speech in the Assembly of the Republic, in the presence of senior officials of his government and diplomatic corps.

The president said that one of the main achievements this year was the social and political stability that allowed the recovery of the national economy.

He said that peace was consolidated as the government and the opposition Renamo had reached an agreement on the decentralization of public administration and military affairs.

“We ensured that what was essential for us, and did not let the difficulties affect our confidence in the paths we have taken,” said Nyusi.

In the perspective of economic and social development, Nyusi said that the country endeavors to make more friends and raise more resources to enable the implementation of development program.

“In strengthening international cooperation and economic diplomacy, we participated in summits of the African Union, SADC, Commonwealth, BRICS and FOCAC,” said the president. Enditem

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