Lusaka-Wednesday, 11th April, 2018.
President Edgar Lungu and his Indian counterpart Shri Ram Nath Kovind witnessed the signing of four Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) between India and Zambia aimed at enhancing cooperation in various sectors.
The first MOU is on avoidance of double taxation signed by Foreign Affairs Minister Joe Malanji and India’s High Commissioner to Zambia NJ Gante.
The second MOU signed by Home Affairs Minister Stephen Kapyongo and India’s High Commissioner to Zambia NJ Gante is on visa exemption on diplomatic passports allowing the diplomatic passport holders to enter without visas
The third MOU signed by Justice Minister Given Lubinda and Zambia’s High Commissioner to Zambia NJ Gante is on judicial cooperation which seeks collaboration in training and expedition of judicial matters affecting the two countries and their citizens.
The fourth MOU signed by Commerce Minister Christopher Yaluma and India’s High Commissioner to Zambia NJ Gante seeks for the establishment of Entrepreneurship Development Institute in Zambia in conformity with the Vision 2030 which would help entrepreneurship to access finance and general empowerment.