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Nigeria, Belarus Strengthen Agricultural Ties



Nigeria and Belarus have signed a five-year action plan aimed at strengthening their partnership in agriculture and food security.

The agreement, which spans from 2024 to 2029, was signed by Nigeria’s Minister of Agriculture and Food Security, Senator Abubakar Kyari, and Belarus’ First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergey Lukashevich.

According to Senator Kyari, the action plan represents a significant milestone in the relationship between Nigeria and Belarus.

He expressed his optimism that the partnership will foster significant growth and development in agriculture, enhancing food security for both nations.

By working together, the two countries aim to promote sustainable agricultural development and mutual benefit.

The agreement is expected to have a positive impact on the agricultural sector in both countries, leading to improved food security and prosperity for citizens.

The partnership demonstrates the commitment of Nigeria and Belarus to advancing cooperation in agriculture and promoting the well-being of their citizens.

Senator Kyari’s visit to Belarus and the signing of the action plan underscore the strengthening ties between the two nations.

The partnership is expected to lead to the sharing of expertise, technology, and resources, ultimately benefiting the agricultural sector and enhancing food security in both countries.

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