COMESA Secretary General Kapwepwe pays a courtesy visit to President Roopun – Economic Analysis


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The Secretary General of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), Mrs. Chileshe Kapwepwe, paid a courtesy call, on 22 August 2022, on the President of the Republic of Mauritius, Mr. Prithvirajsing Roopun at the State House in Reduced.

Ms. Kapwepwe said the meeting was very productive and focused on the COMESA Medium Term Strategic Plan 2021-2025, which aims to support the structural transformation of the region and boost overall economic development through the facilitation of trade and investment promotion.

With regard to the Plan, she pointed out that it is based on four interrelated pillars, namely: market integration, physical integration/connectivity, productive integration and social and gender integration. This strategy, she said, will ensure that COMESA implements the right programs to help member states address the many challenges and develop their productive capacity in different sectors. For Mauritius, COMESA aims to provide support for fish farming and aquaculture production.

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